Samuel Chu on Hong Kong’s Future: ‘Once People Have Tasted Freedom, You Can’t Tell Them to Forget It’

Hong Kong’s upcoming executive election has just one candidate. This Sunday, the city will “choose” its next chief executive. Meanwhile, the Chinese communist regime continues to clamp down on the ever-shrinking freedoms in the city.

Why do the people of Hong Kong continue to fight for change? I speak with Samuel Chu, a Hong Kong American activist and founder of Campaign for Hong Kong. We discuss the upcoming election in the city, the Hong Kong democracy movement, and the Communist Party’s goal to kill freedom—as well as his personal journey defending the rights of the people of Hong Kong. 

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