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HK activist Grandma Wong speaks out against China

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HK activist Grandma Wong speaks out against China

HK activist Grandma Wong speaks out against China

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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