Prison is an inevitable part of Hong Kong's exhausting path to democracy | Joshua Wong

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In the first of a series of columns for the Guardian from his cell, the political activist says his detention is shining a light on China’s authoritarianism

Life at the correctional facility is dull and dry; to be disconnected from the family and friends I have fought alongside is also tremendously painful.

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This is the new normal. One cannot turn a blind eye and kid oneself that Hong Kong is the same as it has always been

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