The voice of a desperate young man.
Mr. President，I’m a college student currently study in Chuan Yuan Christian University located in Taiwan. Forgive me for keeping my identity concealed， as the time goes by， China government grows stronger and more violent， please understand the reason why I choose to stay anonymous. As you may heard of what happened in Hong Kong and possibile the incident of a Taiwanese being sentenced and currently served his time in China’s prison for twitted about some policy China government had made in Taiwan. People walking on the street of Hong Kong， flags being waved， protesting for their right. “The Against Extradition Law” may sound like a nonsense， but to them it’s not just about protecting the human right of some political criminal， it also means they are losing their right of judicial autonomy. Hong Kong， a city that lives by the rule of law， is now facing an unforeseen justice crisis. The police force use gas bomb， “unlethal” bullets which covered with heavy metal like lead. It seems doing less damage to the people protesting， but to me it’s no better than what happened in China 30 years ago.