George Lai

Hong Kong and the surprising truth about the British Empire

The red flag of the Special Administrative Region flies in Hong Kong harbour (Getty images)

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George Lai
George Lai is the pen name of a man from Hong Kong, adopted to protect himself and his family from reprisals for speaking out against the Chinese Communist party

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