Hong Kong democracy leader Joshua Wong was detained at Bangkok’s airport while trying to enter Thailand, where authorities ‘mentioned a blacklist’
Joshua Wong was met by more than 20 police and immigration officers upon his arrival at Bangkok's international airport, where he had his passport confiscated and was held by authorities before being put on a plane back to Hong Kong. This sparked concerns that the actions were prompted by pressure from mainland China.
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Oct 21, 2016