Simon Cheng: ‘Stop the Chinese Communist Party or the Next Generation Will Pay the Price’ | British Thought Leaders

NTD’s Lee Hall sits down with Simon Cheng, a Hong Kong human rights activist who is exiled in the UK.

Simon previously worked for the British Consulate-General in Hong Kong but was detained by the Chinese regime who he says tortured him to make him confess to being a British spy. He is now based in London where he runs an organisation to support Hong Kongers in Britain and continues to call for freedom in his homeland.

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