Mass arrests. Newspaper raids. Banned protests. Activists fleeing into exile. A curriculum designed to brainwash. The Telegraph’s award-winning China Correspondent Sophia Yan tells the inside story of how life in Hong Kong was turned upside down in just one year.
A year on from Beijing’s National Security Law, Hong Kong has been silenced. Or has it? Whether laying low in the city, in jail, or in exile, the Hong Kongers at the heart of our story take the long view and reflect on what’s next for the city.
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