As part of an older generation, how does 87-year-old Cardinal Joseph Zen view the Hong Kong protests and the leadership of the younger Hong Kong-ers fueling them?
Why does Cardinal Zen describe the situation in Hong Kong as a “war”?
This is American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸, and I’m Jan Jekielek.
Today we sit down with Joseph Zen, a Cardinal of the Catholic Church, who served as the sixth Bishop of Hong Kong. A strong voice for human rights and political and religious freedom, he’s been denoted as the most outspoken critic of China’s persecution of Catholics, and communist China’s relationship with the Vatican.