19-yr old Hong Kong student detained in Thailand


BANGKOK/HONG KONG: A student activist of Hong Kong was arrested on Wednesday as he carried out pro-democracy protests in the Chinese-ruled city in 2014 in Thailand.

The name of the person has been identified a Joshua Wong, 19. He was detained in where he gave out the speech in two universities following the Hong Kong's "Umbrella Movement".

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The challenges in Hong Kong, the previous British province which came back to Chinese standard in 1997, displayed Communist Party rulers in Beijing with one of their greatest political migraines in decades.

Wong was given 80 hours of group administration by a Hong Kong court in August on a charge of unlawful get together to take part in a sit-in at the tallness of the challenges in the Asian budgetary center point.

Thailand has been ruled by a military junta since a 2014 upset which was generally denounced by the West. From that point forward, the officers running Thailand have fashioned nearer ties with Beijing.

Wong said in a Facebook post on Tuesday night that he was worried about his excursion to Bangkok.

"We as a whole know Thailand is not politically steady… It is likewise clear that it is near the Chinese Communist Party," he said.

Wong was denied passage by Malaysia in May 2015 when he was because of give a progression of chats on vote based system in China.

Wong was welcomed by Chulalongkorn University's Faculty of Political Science to talk on the 40th commemoration of the bleeding crackdown by the Thai armed force on understudy nonconformists. Coordinators said he was confined at Bangkok's principle air terminal on Wednesday morning.

Movement authorities affirmed to Reuters that Wong was kept from entering Thailand and would be sent back to Hong Kong. Authorities said they were under requests not to address the media regarding why Wong had been declined section.

Human Rights Watch censured Wong's detainment.

"Thailand's capture of Joshua Wong, an outstanding star majority rules system lobbyist in Hong Kong, tragically proposes that Bangkok will do Beijing's offering," Sophie Richardson, China Director for Human Rights Watch, said in an email.

Demosisto, the political party that Wong heads in Hong Kong, additionally required his discharge.

Thailand, Southeast Asia's second-greatest economy, is gradually recuperating from the occasions of 2014, when months of road dissents and the upset just about conveyed monetary movement to a stop.

From that point forward, the military has clasped down on difference and banned political challenges.

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