Hong Kong Activist Joshua Wong Is Freed, Says He'll Join Mass Protests
Monday, 17 June 2019 "Hello world and hello freedom," said the activist, who served one month on a contempt of court charge. Wong called on Hong Kong's leader to resign public rage over a controversial extradition bill.
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