Beijing's tyranny forced me to flee Hong Kong, but I will fight for democracy in exile | Nathan Law

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The national security law brought brutality to the streets of the city I love. Yet I believe we can regain our freedom • Nathan Law is a politician and activist from Hong Kong, currently in exile in London It has been three months since I left Hong Kong . With all my belongings in one backpack and a single piece of hand luggage, I travelled to another global financial centre: London. From 2014, I had the privilege of being a student leader in the “umbrella movement ” and becoming the youngest lawmaker in the Hong Kong legislature, at the age of 23. I waseventually imprisoned because of my peaceful political activism. Because of the draconiannational security law imposed on Hong Kong three months ago, I had to flee so that I could continue to speak out freely for the city. Continue reading...

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