Wednesday 30 June 2021 6:01 am

Hong Kong's National Security Law one year on: Pockets of activism still exist

It’s been a year since Beijing implemented a sweeping national security law in Hong Kong, aiming to crack down on months of pro-democracy protests.

Pockets of activism still exist in the city today, with people regrouping behind an invisible front line that is harder to disrupt with tear gas and rubber bullets. Watch the full report.