“Controversial Hong Kong law proves effective years after violent tipping point” | NOW

The once peaceful demonstrations in Hong Kong turned into violent protests at the University of China a year ago. A tipping point, because that was when the pro-Chinese government started to act even harder. There were no concessions, but a controversial security law that makes all calls for secession from China a criminal offense. We are now a year later. What does the future hold for the pro-democracy protesters? We talk about this with China expert and journalist Fred Sengers.

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