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A Conversation on the Hong Kong Protests

  • 24 Jul 2020
  • Online - ZOOM
  • 6-7 pm
  • None

With the passing of the National Security Law, Hong Kong is facing the city’s worst political crisis and what many pro-democracy activists call “the end of Hong Kong that the world knew before”.

South China Morning Post’s Deputy Executive Editor Zuraidah Ibrahim and Political Correspondent Jeffie Lam have been extensively covering the Hong Kong Democracy Protests over the past year. They have recently published their new book “Rebel City: Hong Kong’s Year of Water and Fire”, that chronicles the political unrest in Hong Kong, and provides a plurality of perspectives that goes beyond the perceived dichotomy of the people of Hong Kong versus its government.

Join them as they dive deep into the history of the protests, what lies ahead for Hong Kong, and also the global phenomenon of increasingly leaderless movements such as #BlackLivesMatter and more.

Please do note that this discussion is “off the record” and is not to be shared publicly. To register, please go to this link: . All registrants will receive the ZOOM meeting ID and password.

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