Why does Hong Kong student protester Joey Siu believe the protests are stronger without a leader?
Why does she think Hong Kong police are purposefully trying to make the protestors more violent?
Why is the situation in Hong Kong inseparable from the human rights abuses occurring in mainland China?
And how is the Chinese Communist Party building a surveillance state in Hong Kong?
This is American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸, and I’m Jan Jekielek.
In this episode, we’ll sit down with student activist Joey Siu, the acting vice president of the student union at the City University of Hong Kong. She is also a spokesperson for Hong Kong Higher Institutions International Affairs Delegation (HKIAD), a joint coalition of student unions from eleven universities.