Hong Kong's last democrats: Activists fight for freedom despite Beijing's crackdown
What's left of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement? Since the implementation of the 2020 National Security law, police have been arresting anti-regime activists en masse. Most are now in prison or in exile. Authorities dissuade and crack down on all forms of protest. But discreetly, some activists are determined to make their voices heard despite the risks. Our correspondents Lou Kisiela and Antoine Morel went to meet the last pro-democracy activists left in Hong Kong.
Report by Lou Kisiela, Antoine Morel, Meredith Chen, Vivien Wong and Yena Lee.
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