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‘A concept can't be killed’: Hong Kong's frontline

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‘A concept can't be killed’: Hong Kong's frontline

‘A concept can't be killed’: Hong Kong's frontline

A frontliner in Hong Kong's protests says he dreams of ‘bringing a revolution in our time.’ Young protesters like him are directly challenging China’s Communist rulers – and he says they could end up paying for this with their lives.

Reuters spent a day with the black-clad protester on the streets of Hong Kong.

He declined to reveal his identity, giving only his nickname Ah Lung, or 'dragon' in Cantonese.

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