Youth Living in the Changing Hong Kong
Under the one country, two systems principle, Hong Kong had been allowed a right to free speech. But after protest rallies there called for democratization in 2019, the National Security Law was passed to clamp down on anti-government activities, and many activists were arrested and imprisoned. As the political face of Hong Kong changes with each passing day, young residents feel a sense of unease about whether they should remain in Hong Kong, and what the future there may bring.
Young residents of Hong Kong receiving hypnotherapy treatment
Bernard opened an online store after serving prison time for his role in democratization rallies
Immigrants who relocated from mainland China to Hong Kong
Protests and political gatherings are now clamped down upon in Hong Kong