Joining me this week are a group known as the Hong Kong Documentary Filmmakers. You may recall that in 2019, Hong Kong erupted in protests against the new controversial extradition bill. Those spearheading the protests were a group of students from the Polytechnic University, who decided to make a stand for freedom and democracy. Slowly, the University building is surrounded by police. Are the red brick walls still a university campus or a prison? I’m joined now by the makers of Inside The Red Brick Wall, the Hong Kong Documentary Filmmakers who are speaking to me via a translator. All wish to remain anonymous and the voice of the translator is disguised.
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