National security law and Hong Kong’s exiled dissidents: the world’s listening now – but for how long?

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National security law and Hong Kong’s exiled dissidents: the world’s listening now – but for how long?

It has been more than 100 days since the imposition of the national security law on Hong Kong on June 30. In the third part of a series, the Post looks at how it has led to the emergence of a group of exiled dissidents who have sought refuge abroad and another group who have chosen to stay and fight. See parts one and two here.Nathan Law Kwun-chung has barely stepped out of his flat in London since fleeing his hometown days before Beijing imposed a sweeping national security law on Hong Kong on…
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