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This Hong Kong student protester fled to Australia. Now he's seeking asylum

SBS Monday, 15 June 2020
EXCLUSIVE: Facing rioting charges and 10 years in prison, a frontline protester in last year’s pro-democracy demonstrations has spoken to SBS News about his desperate claim for asylum in Australia.
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