Hong Kong activist Edward Leung Tin-kei has been released from prison after almost four years. This was announced by the Correctional Services Department on Wednesday. The now 30-year-old was one of the leaders of the 2016 independence movement and had been in prison since 2018. His case shows that some activists were living dangerously even before the enactment of the controversial 2020 National Security Law.
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