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The following essay is authored by Ioana Diac (First Year Representative for Ideas)
Hong Kong’s democratic freedoms have slowly been eroded by the Chinese central government since 2014. In this worrying political climate, The Wilberforce Society and Cambridge University Hong Kong and China Affairs Society co-hosted a panel discussion to examine the current state of affairs; inviting Benedict Rogers, Evan Fowler and Roderic Wye to share their thoughts on Hong Kong-China relations and what the future might hold.