After the pro-independence National Party was banned last year, another advocate of the movement is under the spotlight. Activist Wayne Chan founded the Students Independence Union in 2017 – he says he is not afraid of prison, and claims it is a cause worth dying for. As part of our Hong Kong Humans series, Chan tells David Missal what motivated him to take on the local and national government.
In collaboration with the University of Hong Kong’s Journalism and Media Studies Centre.
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