A former student union chief at Hong Kong’s Chinese University who was involved in setting up a now-defunct cross-party platform for political cooperation in the city has revealed he fled to Canada fearing arrest under the national security law.Ernie Chow Shue-fung was among a number of local activists and politicians – including outspoken church leaders – who recently left the city in the wake of the Beijing-imposed security law. The 25-year-old said he moved to Canada on March 25, 10 days…


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