A pro-Beijing Hong Kong legislator on protester frustration
Clip: 07/02/2019 | 5m 33s
A day after protesters broke into government buildings in Hong Kong and trashed the legislative chamber, the Chinese government condemned their actions. But many people in Hong Kong feel frustrated with a lack of progress toward democratic reform, more than 20 years after the UK's handover to China. Nick Schifrin talks to Michael Tien, a Hong Kong legislative councilor, about should happen next.
Aired: 07/02/19Video has closed captioning.
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