Political activist Raymond Yeung outside Eastern Court on Monday just before he is jailed for taking part in an unlawful assembly in June 2019. Photo: Brian Wong.
Political activist Raymond Yeung outside Eastern Court on Monday just before he is jailed for taking part in an unlawful assembly in June 2019. Photo: Brian Wong.

Former Hong Kong girls’ schoolteacher turned activist jailed for 9 months for unlawful assembly during June 2019 social unrest

  • Court hears teacher turned publisher lost most of his vision in right eye after he was hit by a tear-gas canister at 2019 demonstration
  • Magistrate insists injury could not be used in mitigation because of scale of social unrest

Political activist Raymond Yeung outside Eastern Court on Monday just before he is jailed for taking part in an unlawful assembly in June 2019. Photo: Brian Wong.
Political activist Raymond Yeung outside Eastern Court on Monday just before he is jailed for taking part in an unlawful assembly in June 2019. Photo: Brian Wong.
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