The 20-year-old has been jailed for his role in the 2014 protests known as the Umbrella Revolution, alongside fellow activists Nathan Law and Alex Chow
The activists Joshua Wong and Nathan Law were spared jail in a 2014 protest that led to pro-democracy sit-ins, and a third defendant’s jail term was suspended.
They became the teenaged face of protests against Chinese rule in Hong Kong. Now a new documentary has been made about the ‘Umbrella Revolution’ activists Nathan Law and Joshua Wong.
The student leaders of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protest movement have avoided jail sentences for organising mass rallies and sit-ins in 2014, Al Jazeera reports. Joshua Wong, Nathan Law and Alex Chow were convicted last month in wh...
Joshua Wong and Nathan Law were given community service for their part in massive democracy protests two years ago. Jail time for Alex Chow is being suspended so he can pursue graduate studies abroad.