Pro-democracy activist Nathan Law – disqualified with three others after altering oath to China – says he is inspired by Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo

Nathan Law was on his way to becoming a model Hong Kong citizen in the eyes of the Chinese government.

He grew up in an apolitical family living in government housing, raised by working-class parents who immigrated to Hong Kong from mainland China. He attended a pro-Beijing secondary school where teachers never had a bad word to say about China’s authoritarian government and shied away from topics such as human rights and democracy movements.

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