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    Jürgen Bertram (b.1940, Germany) is a journalist and author. He worked as a journalist for ARD, Germany’s regional public-service broadcaster, for 13 years in Asia. He was stationed in Singapore and Beijing as a foreign correspondent. After which he returned to Germany to work for the German press agency, the magazine Der Spiegel and several daily newspapers until his retirement in 2000. Bertram wrote several books and made films. He famously assisted Jürgen Hintzpeter in editing and preparing his footage of the Gwangju Uprising of 1980 for worldwide broadcast as the TV-documentary South Korea at the Crossroads.