The long reach of China’s surveillance state

Students from China and its island of Hong Kong travel thousands of miles to study in European and North American universities. Yet they regularly face surveillance and harassment from authorities back home. In a new report from Amnesty International, dozens of students describe the intimidation they and family members encounter. Amnesty’s China director, Sarah Brooks, talks with The World’s Carolyn Beeler.

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