The book, according to Reporters Without Borders, "takes the reader on a fascinating and disturbing trip behind China’s Great Wall of Censorship. It also tells the story of Voice of Tibet, the radio station China couldn’t silence." 
The book has been released in several countries, most notably in China and in Poland (expanded version).
Øystein Alme is also the administrative director of Voice of Tibet. 
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