Wang Xizhe felt his luck was out after comparing entering Hong Kong to buying a Mark Six ticket. Photo: FacebookWang Xizhe felt his luck was out after comparing entering Hong Kong to buying a Mark Six ticket. Photo: Facebook
Wang Xizhe felt his luck was out after comparing entering Hong Kong to buying a Mark Six ticket. Photo: Facebook

Veteran Chinese dissident Wang Xizhe demands answers after he is refused entry to Hong Kong

  • Wang says he was interrogated for five hours before being sent back to the United States
  • Dissident has been in exile for two decades after publishing joint statement with late Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo, calling for the “peaceful and democratic unification of China”
Topic |   Human rights in China
Wang Xizhe felt his luck was out after comparing entering Hong Kong to buying a Mark Six ticket. Photo: FacebookWang Xizhe felt his luck was out after comparing entering Hong Kong to buying a Mark Six ticket. Photo: Facebook
Wang Xizhe felt his luck was out after comparing entering Hong Kong to buying a Mark Six ticket. Photo: Facebook
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