In June 2019, an unprecedented turmoil against the amendments broke out.
Malcolm Clarke, winner of multiple international film festival awards and two-time Oscar winner for Best Documentary Short, was in Hong Kong at the time. Like other media, he led his shooting team to the streets of conflict, and compiled what he saw into a ten-episode documentary "Hong Kong". : The Covered Up (Hong Kong Returns).
"Hong Kong 01" is authorized to broadcast, starting today (June 23) with two episodes a day, presenting readers with the "dangerous era" in the eyes of the British director.
The first episode kicked off with "Hong Kong People Take to the Streets".
In an exclusive interview with "Hong Kong 01" yesterday, Ke Wensi bluntly stated that he was angry that the European and American media simplified the incident into a "cowboy and aboriginal dispute", and hoped that "Hong Kong: The Covered Truth" can fill the gap and make the audience think more; he He also described that Hong Kong in 2019 is "not a happy place", and I hope Hong Kong people can respect each other and resolve conflicts.
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