Denise Ho: Resistance in Hong Kong | Hocc 何韻詩| China Uncensored

Denise Ho: Resistance in Hong Kong | Hocc 何韻詩| China Uncensored

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Hong. Kong is under attack. Chinese. Communist Party is imposing its tyranny, on the city but. The resistance is on the rise. This. Is China uncensored I'm Chris Chappell ken music changed, the world who, knows but, it might be able to at least change, Hong Kong, that's, what Denis Ho Hos she's, one of the biggest pop stars in Hong Kong she, also had a huge following in mainland China but. She put all that at risk by joining the 2014. Umbrella movement a student-led, movement, to bring democracy to, Hong Kong the, movement was not well, received by, those in power for. Resisting, Beijing's, pressure Denise, who found herself on the wrong side of the law and then, the Chinese commies, party cancelled her tours in China and blocked, her social media accounts, that hasn't stopped her from standing, up for human rights I sat. Down with the Nisei at the odds of Freedom Forum to talk about the future of Hong Kong. Thanks. For joining me today Denise thank you so. Recently. Two, people. From Hong Kong have come, out and said that they got asylum. In. Germany how, does it feel to have Hong Kong be a place that people get asylum from now. Well. You know it's it's, pretty ironic that. Because. We right, now we are, in face, of. This. Extradition law that. Is you. Know the Hong. Kong government is trying to impose. On us and. You. Know but, next week, actually we will be having a very big protest, in, Hong Kong so. You. Know we we are fighting. Still. After, five. Years. From. The umbrella movement even, though it's. A pretty. Dim. Situation. Right now in Hong Kong since like, we try to shout. Out our. Opinions. But the, Hong Kong government is just not listening, do, you think it's possible to get a fair, trial, in Hong Kong now I mean there's been legislators, who have been kicked out of office. Briella movement, leaders who have been arrested and detained is. The. Court still free. Well. It really depends, you know web which judge. You get okay well that that is my opinion like if you are. If. You are you, know lucky, fortunate, enough then you might get a judge that is unbiased, and then, he, would he or she would probably you. Know look, at the facts but, you. Know from. My point of view I think that, some, of the trials that went, on during these, five years were, quite, biased. And. Like. Say for. The the, Mongkok, fishpaw. Revolution. You, heard of it I have, why, don't you say well yeah the the for the Mongkok, fishball, Revolution there, were like.

Students. And, young. Generations. Who were sentenced, for up, to seven. Or eight, years so, I, mean, they they, probably had, to be prosecuted. You know for for, the, hassle that, happened. That that night but. Is. It fair to have such, a you. Know heavy. Sentence, and you. Know we compared, it a lot to what happened in. 1967. When. You. Know there, was a revolution. Back. Then with you, know, homemade. Bombs, and all that and even, back then the sentences, were not, as strong as it is now so. And. Just, recently the umbrella nine the, activists, who were involved. In the umbrella movement, they, were prosecuted. And also, sentenced, for a. Lesser. Sentence, but still you know they they. They, were sentenced for. Half. A year or, so and. But. The fact is the, umbrella movement was, not really. Started. Because of them they. Were just put. On to the stage you know just for intimidating. You, know the Hong Kong people so that we we. Won't you, know get in, to another, revolution. Like the umbrella movement yeah, and I know you were one of the few Kanto pop singers, who. Openly. Came out in support of the umbrella movement and at the time the South China Morning Post said, that was career suicide, so, what, made you do that was it. Was the, moment when, I saw the. Police, throw, the 87, tear gas bombs onto, the. Peaceful, protesters, that, you know I was just so, angry. At that moment because, you. Know it might seem not, much, you, know for other places, where you get, tear. Gas pumped all the time but. For, Hong Kong you know it's it's we never. Saw you know such a, harsh. Reaction. From the, government, and, you. Know the, fact that the people who were on the streets you know they were just everyday. Normal. People, they had nothing they had no weapons whatsoever, and, for. The police to react in such a way it was it. Was so you. Know we, got, so angry and we were so frustrated, and. You. Know the the emotions, that came out that day and on, that moment I, decided. You know no. Just I don't care anymore, you know about, what, repercussions that, might come if. I spoke out yeah. So. Was it career suicide. Yeah. Have. You know suicide on. The, glamorous. And, extravagant. Side where, you know I would get. Commercials. And, you, know. The. The easy, revenue, you know that that came from China that was, you know totally, cut off yeah yeah you can tour as much in China or at all I cannot, even get into China yeah, I would spend totally. And I, was labeled. Hong. Kong poison. That's, right, and. But. On the other hand I you. Know I started. My. Revolution. Of my own in the entertainment business, and. You. Know and in 2016. When, I. Was. Supposed to have a concert. In the Hong Kong Coliseum the, the biggest venue in Hong Kong and normally. You would have sponsors, you know backing. You up buying. Some, of the tickets and I, got none of that so, what. I did was I started a, campaign, to crowd. Sponsor. The concert, and I broke up you know if like. Normally, the sponsorships, would be 1, million Hong, Kong dollars then, I broke it up into super. Small pieces. And. I. You. Know I offered it to local businesses, and in. The end we got 300, local businesses, who, backed us and also. Fifty. Thousand. Tickets sold out in ours that's, incredible, I almost. Wish more. Western, businesses, would hear that so, they might think twice about like, oh there are options beside just. You. Know. Well. On. The other hand is because I have a strong, fan base so, I was pretty. Confident, that even. When. I'm banned from China they would be supporting, me but, the key is you know you have to you. Have to be really flexible you. Cannot ride. On the old ways and, you, know you have to play a completely. Different game from, what. The traditional. Music scene is doing yeah, well considering the levels of influence, the Chinese Communist Party is having in Hong Kong have, you ever considered singing. Mainly, and Mandarin, well, I did release two Mandarin, albums but, that, was mainly for, Taiwan. You know the Taiwan market. And. Also before the umbrella. Movement I was touring in, China I had, this, theatre. Piece, called. What. Was it called Gobbo yo jab, oh yeah. And it. Was. And. So. You know I I toured, for three. Years, in different. Cities, of China. And I actually gathered, you know quite a number of fans during, the, pre the Prix umbrella. Movement years, so.

You. Know the the thing that I I. You. Know I feel it's, a shame is that I cannot, reach, these fans as, much right. Now but. You, know they. They. Get through you know they they they, find. Ways to get, in touch with me oh yeah, they have you know the VPN, yes in China and, they, just use that and you know you see all these, comments. On Instagram Facebook. And they, are the, support, from China. But, also at the same time you know the we. Call them the $0.50 like those who China, uncensored we no. No. It's it's quite, ironic because, they. Have to get through the wall to. Come you, know on the platforms, man in Chinese yes to criticize. Well. To criticize, Hong Kong poison, you know it's worth. So. I know your family originally, flood China, to Hong Kong to escape the Chinese Communist Party and when it got close to the handover they went, to Quebec, right yes. Why. Did you go back to Hong Kong well. This is something, that my. Dad always. You know, he's. On me, all the time you know because they, they. Used, up you know some of money for, us to get away from Hong, Kong and then I was the reason that you know they, everyone, is back in Hong Kong because of me so. But. The reason why, I decided. To go back to Hong Kong was, my. Attachment, to the, Cantonese. The Cantopop music. Scene as. My. Childhood. Teenage, idol, was, the Kanto. Pop diva Anita. Mui and so. In, 1996. I decided, to, get. Back to Hong Kong to do. The contest, that she did 15, years ago and. By. Accident I won we. Mean by accident, well you know I was just a fan, using. My. ID oh and, I just wanted, to you. Know get in touch with her try to get. The glimpse of her but, well. Of course I. Loved. Singing, and performing and. But. The main reason was because I wanted to see, my idol yeah, so, but. You, know fate, happened. And I won and so I stayed, in. Hong Kong since. 1997. So, I I. Went. Back from. 1997. And I started my music career since. Then how. Many years ago 15. 20. Ish yeah. I. Know. After, the umbrella, movement ended, there was sort of this. Idea. That, the, young people of Hong Kong gave up or they were defeated, is that, true. In. A, way yes like, it was quite gloomy and, difficult. Very. Difficult five, years I. Mean. At first I. Think. The first two years people, were still fighting like people, got, really angry, and frustrated and, so, there, were, different. Ways you know some people got very violent. And well. Violent, in the Hong Kong way, and. You. Know they were quite, heavily. Criticised. By. You. Know the the pro-beijing. Parties. Which. They, and, they they used that as you. Know a to to towards me reverie yes yes and. So. That. Was when the prosecution, and, you. Know the political reprisal, happened, and you. Know all those names that were. Detained. And arrested on. During. The the umbrella, movement, the.

Some. Of them which out and then some of them were were, you know sentenced. To two, different, periods. Of time and. These two, years like, it's been quite. Depressing. Depressing. Time, for. The. Hong Kong people and especially the, younger, generations, like, I, have. Friends. With, families. Who. Chose, to leave, once, again, the. City like, you know it like when my family did in the 80s, and. Most. Of them are young families, with. Young children because. You, know it's is I could, understand, you know I could I could relate to them because if, I had, children, right. Now I would be quite worried, you know about, what, education they, would be getting from. The, Communist. Hong Kong government and. You. Know there are. There. Are. Much. Lesser, discussion. About, what, people, should do. In. These times because, you. Know in a way we. Have tried, a lot of things and it, just didn't work because, we don't have the, democracy. System that. We wish we had and so the, Kong Kong government they just, they. Just do what they want you know they just they are not listening and. You. Know they are passing. Laws. Quite. Unjustifiably. And. And. They're changing, laws in, favour of the, Beijing government well. With the new extradition law, has that changed how people feel because I know there was another big, protest, that because, of that yes. In. The way yes you know the if discussions, are, warming. Up now, and. You. Know personally. I hope, that. You. Know after these different, periods of frustration disappointment, that. People. Would come to, realize. That this is a very, long war. You know this is a very long battle that. Cannot, be won won, a very. Long battle that cannot be won you know just, within. One or two years it's. A very. Difficult. Process. And I. Think you, know Hong Kong people are learning and. We. Are we are a. Population. That is. Educated. To to, be. Quick. And you. Know instantaneous. So, you. Know this this, this, thought and notion. Of patience. Is just, not, very, we're, just very not accustomed. To that so. Like. We are learning to be more patient and to, work. Our way through these. Very difficult issues, and. Yeah. Just a. A few, weeks ago we had the first protest, for the extradition law, and. You. Know that wisdom. Since, the umbrella movement that, was the first. Time. That the. Number, of people surpassed. A hundred. Thousand, and you know that is, encouraging. You know for for for, those, who had been you know still working hard at it and so. We hopefully, the, next protest, on, the, 9th of June and would. Gather, more, people and, even. Though you, know we know that a protest, is not might, not change a lot of things but, you, know personally, I think it is. A. Of. Unity. And where, you know people can, see each other and then, we can we. Can back get back into you know that notion of we, are not alone and we are, we. Are still here we're still numbered, and you. Know something, can still be done what. Kind of support for Hong Kong would you like to see in the international, community oh. Well. You know as someone who has been, no.

Banned And. Rejected. By global. Brands, I think. You know there is power in. International. Unity, because, what, I see is you. Know people, are afraid of losing, the China market so. No. Brands. And businesses they, choose to not speak, and this. Choose to stand. On the side of. Money. So. I, think if the, international. Market they they. Realize, that you know there are other, choices. You, know I don't mean we have to to. Ignore, the China market you know that is just part of the international. Market and so, you. Know when, people realize. That that, is not the only choice and we. Have more. Important. Values. And, things. That we should focus on I. Think that, might. Gradually. You, know be be, a force, that you. Know we, could we. Could rely, on each other you know to to. Gain back some of them the. Values. And the virtues. That, those. Are are so important. To us so. Where do you see Hong Kong in 2047. In. 2047. Ah. That. Is that's, that year yeah that is. You. Know that is something that I really, have no answer for I. Know. I I I, know what the reality, is but. At the same time I I, am, still optimistic, in. The way that, you. Know I mean, even the tyrants, the the, big machines, there, are people, behind it and so, in. The, way you know people. Make mistakes and people. Make, decisions, that, drive. Things in you, know various. Ways so. Now. Like how, many ways years we have. 20-ish. I can't do that yeah and. You. Know so a lot could happen in. This period of time and I. Try, to stay, not. Positive, but optimistic. You, know and I, mean we have to keep this up - up, - up. Optimism. We. Have to keep this you know the thought that we. Can make, a change even, though it might be baby steps, but, I think. You, know the, power is, really. Within. The people, and if. We do not give up then you, know who knows maybe. Something. Would change along, the way I think. That's a great note to end this interview on thank you so much and, you, know keep up the good work in Hong Kong okay. Thank. You.

2019-06-08 20:13

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I should have had her sing. Why didn't I ask her to sing?!

Because you’re broke!

We Hong Kongers are no longer Hong Kongers! We are going to flee!!!

Why didnt you ask her to sing!?!?!!

The shame you feel right now has been part of China since ancient times.

Because YOU would rather make her SCREAM !! ; D

You know what they say about hindsight being 20/20! D'OH!

good job on the interview, we owe our liberty to selfless people like this that sacrifice their own career safety and maybe even their own physical safety as well as their family.

Because democracy for China is way more important discussion. Another is, that China communist party is up to so much terrible things. That you didn't have time for her to sing.

Should have fingered her as well. Why not?

Well. Perhaps she isn't a good singer at all. Who cares. Never heard of this person anyway. And might I suggest to whoever is behind the channel, next time perhaps consider interview a law professor if you want us to know what the hell any legislative changes or law reforms that was meant to be the subject matter. Gee...

Yeah. Why?

You missed the most important thing of this interview....

Did you tell her that she looks like the protagonist in Mirrors Edge.

You're more professional than you realize. After doing your job, the normal dude part of you had that regret. That's because you and the China Uncensored team are not fakes or posers (well sometimes when you put on the shades, lol), but real people. You can have a fan meet in HK & invite her to sing!

I guess you would have to do a second interview with her!

You should Chris.

Because your a suit. Suits are stuffy people, they only know how to put on a tie -- .

Ms. Ho keeps saying _"prosecution",_ but the proper term is *_PERSECUTION!_*

Don't ask your guests to perform for you. It's not good form.

@k2007 Wow, what a zinger! I don't think I'll ever stop laughing.

Why don't ask for USA occupation to Hawaii and Philippines matrix agent?ahhh the righteous USA.. hahahaha!


Should have asked her to sing millennia's faith undone 烏牛欄大護法

You should had ask her to show her penis

If she does sing let her sing "海闊天空" by Beyond as many millions around the world has sung this song in hopes of obtaining freedom from China Communist Party.

If she did could we get her it sing Rule Britannia?

Out of respect for her. She is far more than an entertainer.

This is a real hero speaking out while in ground zero. Too many hong people living in china are suck asses to the cause of communism. Caroline cheng for instance. Nothing but a hypocrite former Hong Kong “c”. Exploiting the chinese people with her riches.

Tag and put her Chinese name in the title and description to get more exposure.

You should check your email I have been trying to start an international freedom movement... this would help Hong Kong also.

That's a gorgeous tie Mr. Chappel.

Good question.  Why didn't you ask her to sing?

A performance would have cost you $100K ;)

You should have sang Ring of Fire

☔ I know this doesn't mean anything in the grand-scheme; but many of the people here in the West, support Hong Kong autonomy. I'm sorry our governments have become 'de facto'. We could be doing a lot more to help the Chinese, if it wasn't so hypocritical to do so. Good luck, free-thinkers.

Tricky way to get people to go check her out and you should cause she's great.

@Zoltan Bozzay Imagine him singing an Anti CCP rap song or something.Let's just say the CCP will send our dear friend on a vacation with chinese characteristics..(*cough, cough*..if you know what I mean, cough*.)If not now, by the look of how things are going, maybe in the future. He might be in the USA but at this point I don't think anyone's safe.He is showing a lot of bravery by doing these videos and he deserves a lot of respect for that.

I know right?!?! You Duns pleas ask next time.

Because you were distracted by her good looks

U mean like a song for Hong Kong? That d be nice ^_^

China Uncensored why didn’t you ask her to sing?!

she should have made you sing ;-)

Im from HK and I support the Chinese Government. I feel like the pro-china group in HK is under-represented!!

The Communists have to go, those clowns ruin everything.

Funny she mocked at the VPNs in China. yep it does get blocked here. But if somebody is bullying your child on the other side of the wall, would you like to climb over the wall to guard your child down there? They can even cross the ' Atlantic' if necessary.

Honk-honk city :p

Hong Kong better look up history of gun confiscation You have experience what happened when the British government returned Hong Kong to communist China. Hong if you want to see how China handles diplomacy check out what China did to Vietnam sailor March 14 1988 on u-tube Next look up what China did to India in 1962. Look up socialism and guns on u-tube. Investigation what your government is doing to poor countries around the world with bad business practices causing poor countries never get out of deep debt. China ignoring international maritime laws in the south China sea destroying valuable marine sea life from nearby surrounding countries over fishing and denying fishing rights to surrounding countries in the south China sea. Hitler never touched Switzerland because everyone by law had to own a gun during ww2. You are in a communist jail without bar.intrapment,

Hongkongers, see you tomorrow

The Hong Kong government might just be like other countries facing an economic meltdown as well as financial constraints at administrative levels of government, so most times government ends up turning to attention to outside influences that can support them, however not all partnerships are favorable for it's people.

I bet the Russian billion dollar deals with China don't include the use of thousands Chinese workers...

China has been part of Hong Kong since ancient times...The Hong Kong people need to free the Chinese people from the CCP criminals...

Damn it, Chris your killing everyone with Interviews

Why are all resitances protestors mostly young school kids who probably don't have a job yet.


China is an autocratic dictatorship in which absolute control lies in the hands of a single person, or of a tightly held group of people. Under autocratic rule, the ruler has unlimited and undisputed power. No matter how benevolent Xi Jinping's intentions are, history shows again and again what happens under autocratic rule with no check and balances, accountability or rule of law. Power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely.


her opinion about "which judge you get" is spot on truth ... she's savvy

The pop singer is Canadian, she's not eligible for speaking for our HK people

First,Denise has never been the "biggest" pop star in HK, actually she is outdated. Second, if you come to HK China to see it in your own eyes, you will find so called resistance is very little part of HK people and rational people still lead the the main stream. However, if you're trying to end government of CCP in HK,you can still keep your eyes blind.

free world is with you

good luck

The communist party should die !

I love the ho’s

Taiwan = best China PRC = shit china

Keep fighting Hong Kong

100,000,000 candles, wasn't it?

Waste my time. A bunch of Chinese $0.50 cents.

US should send some weapons to hong kong to get back its democracy

Here have one big Female 50 cent brigade from Canada

god damned media ,the communist party will fuck your country your family and destory your fucking God

Can you lift 600 millions dirt poor Chinese, within 30 years, to be Middle Class? If you can not, then please just shut up and do not be used by the West.

she is candian not hongkonger

Hats off to Denise Ho. Not many celebs are willing to sacrifice fame for political freedom.

I like Indonesian

I pine for the days when Xi is dragged out of his palace screaming and begging for mercy, and is subjected to death by a thousand cuts. Watching that man's despair will make everything in life worth living.

Stay safe gorgeous, I'm talking about the girl not you Chris...

22* Denise.

I hope for Hong Kong’s independence

You do love talking to ladies. Yo are a ladies man Chris....

In the west you are not happy with your Government you move to anywhere you like in the world. Today Chinese citizens have the wealth and yes they too can just move away. Why? Because if you do the same thing this IDIOT celebrity is doing in the west you too will be jail and yes your career will be over. Lol! Just ask Collin Kaepernick who play for the America Football League NFL.

Happy to see Hong Kong and Taiwan fighting back

Chris - you are doing a terrific job with these interview format expose videos - very current cutting news . Journalism is not dead - main stream news have prostituted their credibility away but you constantly demonstrate how it should be done.

What an awesome woman.

Hong Kong Poison sounds like a drink. Now I wish it was.

聽番首韻律泳先。Thank you Denise

Amazing Lady!

The umbrella movement is Soros funded right??

So proud of my HOCC !!!!!

Bullshit ! As a Chinese, never believe the foreigner really care about the Chinese happiness than Chinese government! Stupid betrayer!

Who else though he was going to conduct a fake interview

I respect people of Hongkong but I think this is Chinese people's internal affair isn't it? What's it for to do with you, a foreigner?

Feel sorry for Chinese with the regime Communist, hope the west can learn to protect what we have...The worst is Totalitarian with militar...equal SLAVES. Good luck Denise Ho...!!

Fight the power!

Fight Hongkong, fight if you do not want end up like million of Uighurs in Chinese concentration camps, where torture,rape and death is daily routine. Chinese try to eradicate Uighurs as nation, but Hongkong save yourself!

Now this is my type of HO! ^_^ Never give uppp

I hate communist party but i can do nothing with it being a HongKong resident

Do you guys think you might be at risk? I genuinely hope not

I am from mainland of China, 何韻詩 was banned for a long time here. Common people in China say bad things about her just because the propaganda said she was pro-independence of Hong Kong(which is not). I still support her and Hong Kong needs support all around the world

China Uncensored better than CNN

called communism and it is bad but in America the democant communist think it is just great they should move to NK or one of their other favorites

Despite the promises the Chinese Communist Party has not respected Hong Kong's institutions or culture. They were better off under the British.

That young lady is my new hero!

Subtitles mistake at 19:47: “We have to keep this sought that we can make a change” should be "We have to keep this thought that we can make a change".

Thank you for speaking out and standing your grounds. Not many are willing to give up the China market these days. I applaud you. Thank you.

怎么没见香港人像韩国人一样去传教呢 我对香港人的信念保持怀疑

I've seen "revolutionary" pop musicians defaming their own president and comeout unscathed. Denise Ho does the same, albeit, much milder, peaceful, and reasonable. And she is blocked from Chinese pop industry. And yet the former "revolutionaries" want to establish the same tyranny that oppressed the latter...

Stay strong Hong Kong fight the machine from the NWO gang.

Wow her English is so good! I think she is also a scholar. She argues a solid point based on rudimentary facts.

Most younger generations in Hong Kong speak English like British natives. HOCC isn't the best educated artist in HK (I remember she quitted during university to become singer at VERY young age.) but she is a well known book author and script writer since ages so I am not surprised by her fruent English at all.

Reaching into the community of china itself Good work getting out there. We Cheer you on!

Denise has not changed her color since we met him in man's Mongkok, what a Hijo de puta!!

Hong Kong has no future after UK sold it out and then turned in to a tyranny themselves ( just look at Assange ).

Chinese freedom will only be won through force of arms.

A true Hong konger, salute to Ms. Ho

Might makes right. Sad world we are living in. Working class in Hong Kong and Mainland China have to work their lives and dignity off for Hong Kong and Mainland capitalist and political elites, and when they voice out unfairness imposed on them, they were brutally clamped down by the elites, all in the name of security, stability, unity and progress. Taiwan is the last civil rights sanctuary for ethnic Chinese. Cannot deny that CCP has done a lot to move China forward , but at great cost to its people. I hope that this CCP debacle will instill within the Chinese people the importance of having a government that respect civil liberties, just like Europe that transformed from governments run by tyrannical monarchs or dictators to democratic ones.

Chinese gov't is probably reeee'ing while watching this.

YOU WERE IN MY HOME COUNTRY AND I DIDN*T KNOW! D: noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo….. i could have come to say hi :( i hope you will visit Norway again, i live about an hour from Oslo :P

@shelley zhang that would be amazing! :D

Too bad, we did a fan meet-up in Oslo while we were there. We might be back next year, though.

When polls show they prefer British colonial rule, you really wonder.

She is so strong and intelligent. So gorgeous, inside and out.

Do USA uncensored. Especially about all the crooked politicians viz Trump and McConnel.

When is Texas going to do the same? Yeehaw

Running Dog news. Fake Fox news.

Chris, did you shoot this video in Hong Kong? Is it even safe for you to be there?

40 Years ago, A Courageous Woman like this : Huge Hefner would have offered Her big money to pose naked in Playboy magazine.. Let's face it,,, We all wanna see it.. .. Hef = The good ole days..

Fuck hypocritical america. Just leave china alone!

This just helps me to understand how it feels to lose your home, your country, to a major government transition. It's something I've never experienced. We're being nickel-and-dimed to death here, with gradual changes, corruption, and bureaucracy, but nothing as huge as the Hong Kong takeover. It's a little scary. It makes me wonder, what if something like that happened here? How would we live if the government changed drastically over a few years? Hong Kong is still in a phase where they have some hope of maybe fighting back against the enormous power of China somehow. But everyone else, everywhere, has had to just sort of give up and live with it, and fight back in smaller, weaker ways. Where will the strength come from to take down the Chinese Communist Party?

In GOD We Trust ... Eternal

CCP is tighten up control in HK via the puppet HK government.

winnie the pooo! y u nooo!! >

so where is Hollywood actors and the singers  ( lady gaga for one) in the USA on this? O wait she against China so she not cool and they wont help her with the cause. MAGA

Taiwan needs to have gun rights for every able bodied person to own guns like semi-auto and high caliber rifles. You only have to see how Hong Kong and Singapore is being treated by the thugs in China.

Denise is 42 and she looks so DAMN YOUNG for her age!

Denise Ho = zho gou = "walking dog" . . . . . . HK was ceded from losing the opium war, and instead of Chinese selling their wives and daughters for drugs they sell themselves to value-signal to the rest of the world that they are worthy as westernized dogs.............

65 chinese communist party members disliked this video

If it means women will have dyke hair! I'm rooting for the CCP.

She should be the Hong Kong president of the future.

This Chinese Canadian is so brave.

"Hong Kong poison" is the antidote that will free China one day.

Talk about nathan rich please

Ok at least we was lucky enough to not have the Tiananmen Massacre Version 2.0

Oh god. Not in Oslo. They're all broke now. No amount of patreon money can make up for a visit.

China Uncernsored , who fucking care? - by a hong kong local resident

Chris you should be paid 100 000 dollar per year!

I wonder where Facebook, Twitter, YouTube et al get inspired to block users on social media in Democratic societies?

she is so beautiful and so strong..... my prayers for her and the people in the movement.

brave girl !!!

Denise Ho is great on being herself,we are with you

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