Dr Ming Wang’s Communism Survival Story and the American Dream
Today’s guest was just 8 years old when he came close to being executed by the Communists in China. At age 14, he faced deportation to forced labor camps, and spent years in a fight to escape that fate. His mother was beaten nearly to death by the notorious Red Coats, and yet he and his family never gave up hope that life would offer an opportunity to them, to live free and full lives.
Today, Dr Ming Wang is a proud American citizen who has become a renowned eye surgeon. He dedicates himself to restoring vision to blind orphans from around the world. He was the inspiration for a character in the movie, God’s Not Dead and in 2022 the movie Sight, based on his story and starring Greg Kineer, will hit theaters.
In this episode of American Snippets, Dr Ming Wang shares his incredible story of enduring and surviving the Chinese Cultural Revolution, his extraordinary path that led him to America, and how he restores sight to the blind. He will also discuss current events in America, and what Americans need to do today, to protect our freedom.