Exclusive | (Watch this) Girl who stands up against HK separatists attacked in UK
After Hong Kong's National Security Law came into effect, a large number of anti-China rioters fled to the UK and continue to hold rallies to promote "HK independence" locally, resulting in a number of vicious incidents, which have been widely criticized.
This past weekend, at around 4 p.m. local time on Sunday (Jan. 9), the fugitives staged another secessionist rally in Manchester, blatantly advocating "HK independence." During the incident, Wang, a Chinese girl, stood up against the separatists with clear and forceful argument, but was attacked by those disruptors.
After the incident, the girl reported to the police, but was slandered by the rioters, while the store where she worked was viciously attacked, and other workers were doxxed and sent death threats. Such despicable deeds and violent attacks have been condemned by netizens.
After receiving medical treatment, Wang had an exclusive interview with DotDotNews, saying she is strongly opposed to the behavior of these people to split the country, and insult compatriots.
Recalling the incident, she had such a retrospective fear as she was besieged by a dozen people." But as a Chinese, I felt obliged to speak up against them."
(With inputs from DotDotNews' correspondent Quan Shiping)