Al-Jazeera spent over two weeks with Hong Kong Free Press during our coverage of the Tiananmen Massacre anniversary in June – just as the anti-extradition law protests were about to explode.

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Fact and Friction: Reporting on Hong Kong’s Protests, produced by San San Young, is live-streaming now and will be broadcast on Al-Jazeera at 5.30pm on Tuesday – Hong Kong time, and repeated on Wednesday at 11.30am, and Friday at 12.30am and 1.30pm.  

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