Opinion: This billionaire from Hong Kong is standing up to China's oppression behind bars
Hong Kong was once a beacon of opportunity, of democracy. It was a political refuge, a blip in a territory controlled by communist China.
Seemingly overnight, 7.5 million Hong Kongers have had their freedoms stripped from them by an oppressive Chinese regime intent silencing any voice of dissent — and that doesn’t mean revoking the odd Twitter account. It means imprisonment and death.