Dan Garrett told AFP he felt he was not allowed to enter Hong Kong because of his recent testimony to the US Congress and a few “other” reasons. Photo: HandoutDan Garrett told AFP he felt he was not allowed to enter Hong Kong because of his recent testimony to the US Congress and a few “other” reasons. Photo: Handout
Dan Garrett told AFP he felt he was not allowed to enter Hong Kong because of his recent testimony to the US Congress and a few “other” reasons. Photo: Handout

American author documenting Hong Kong protests since 2011 says he was denied entry to city for testifying before US Congress on anti-government protests

  • Dan Garrett says he has documented more than 600 demonstrations and marches in Hong Kong since 2011
  • He recently urged US to respond to ‘China’s ongoing erosion of Hongkongers’ democracy and freedoms’

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Dan Garrett told AFP he felt he was not allowed to enter Hong Kong because of his recent testimony to the US Congress and a few “other” reasons. Photo: HandoutDan Garrett told AFP he felt he was not allowed to enter Hong Kong because of his recent testimony to the US Congress and a few “other” reasons. Photo: Handout
Dan Garrett told AFP he felt he was not allowed to enter Hong Kong because of his recent testimony to the US Congress and a few “other” reasons. Photo: Handout
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