Much of the information regarding specific cases of torture and killing in custody that otherwise cannot be accessed comes from personal accounts of men and women who survived Chinese detention. While some accounts remain anonymous, at great risk many survivors provide full details, including their own names, the names of police officers and other perpetrators (sometimes even their phone numbers), the time and place of abuses, the specific torture methods used, and so on; they also include detailed witness accounts of how other jailed Falun Gong were tortured and killed. Here are three examples: \t\u201cThe Severe Torture I Suffered in the Chaoyanggou Forced Labor Camp, Changchun City\u201d: \/displayAnArticle.asp?ID8981 \t\u201cAn Insider Reveals Details of Murders Committed at the Gaoyang Forced Labor Camp\u201d: \/displayAnArticle.asp?ID9219 \t\u201cSome of the Atrocities Committed by Beijing Forced Labor Camp Dispatch Center and Tuanhe Forced Labor Camp\u201d: \/displayAnArticle.asp?ID9051 In other instances, survivors have gained asylum status or otherwise escaped China and are currently residing in the United States, Europe, Canada, Thailand, Australia and elsewhere. Examples of such individuals include: \tHe Lizhi, former Amnesty International prisoner of conscience living in Canada \tZhang Kunlun, Chinese art professor living in Canada \tCharles Li, American doctor living in the United States \tZhang Cuiying, Chinese artist living in Australia Several other survivor accounts were included in "Torture Outside the Olympic Villages: A Guide to China's Labor Camps," published recently by the Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong and available here. One of the Infocenter\u2019s regular tasks is facilitating interview arrangements for journalists and researchers with such survivors who are willing to recount their experiences, as well as assisting parties interested in arranging speaking engagements (contact).