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#43 Hong Kong Police Have Lost Their Minds | Kevin Carrico

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Release Date: 08/31/2019

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Dr. Kevin Carrico teaches China Studies at Monash University in Melbourne Australia. And his research has focused on Hong Kong-China issues. Today we talk about how he ran from police tear gas in Hong Kong, and how police there are losing their minds.

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