Occupy co-founder Chan Kin-man smiles and waves after leaving the Pik Uk Prison. Photo: Dickson Lee Occupy co-founder Chan Kin-man smiles and waves after leaving the Pik Uk Prison. Photo: Dickson Lee
Occupy co-founder Chan Kin-man smiles and waves after leaving the Pik Uk Prison. Photo: Dickson Lee

Occupy co-founder Chan Kin-man has ‘no regrets’ over going to jail after early release from Hong Kong prison

  • Retired sociologist was sentenced to 16 months in jail last April for inciting and conspiring with others to cause substantial obstruction
  • Civil disobedience movement in 2014 saw protesters take control of thoroughfares in city’s heart, bringing traffic to a standstill

Topic |   Occupy Central
Occupy co-founder Chan Kin-man smiles and waves after leaving the Pik Uk Prison. Photo: Dickson Lee Occupy co-founder Chan Kin-man smiles and waves after leaving the Pik Uk Prison. Photo: Dickson Lee
Occupy co-founder Chan Kin-man smiles and waves after leaving the Pik Uk Prison. Photo: Dickson Lee
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