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Hong Kong protester 'Grandma Wong' reappears after 14 months stuck in China

New Zealand Herald Monday, 19 October 2020
Hong Kong protester 'Grandma Wong' reappears after 14 months stuck in ChinaA Hong Kong protester nicknamed "Grandma Wong" who disappeared more than a year ago has resurfaced in the city, saying Chinese authorities had detained her on the mainland and prevented her return. Alexandra Wong, 64, had been a...
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HK activist Grandma Wong speaks out against China 01:14

Notable pro-democracy Hong Kong protester "Grandma Wong" has been speaking out for the first time since she says she was detained by Chinese authorities for over a year and prevented from returning home. Adam Reed reports.

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