Nathan Law is a democracy leader from Hong Kong. Born in 1993, he became the youngest person ever elected to the Legislative Council—age 23. He co-founded a political party. He was put in jail. Earlier this month, he spoke at the Geneva Summit for Human Rights and Democracy. Last summer, as a new, Draconian law was being imposed, he went into exile. With Jay, Nathan Law talks about his life, China, Hong Kong, and the future. Is there still hope? As Jay says, young Mr. Law is an inspiration. 

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  1. colleenb Member

    Thanks very much for this interview. I think, like many people, I feel very helpless in this situation. Who in the midst of Stalin’s reign in the Soviet Union, would have believed the fall of the Soviet Union? I hope it won’t take as long.

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