The Center for American Progress’ Reel Progress project is pleased to present a screening and discussion of the Oscar-nominated documentary “Do Not Split.”
Told from within the heart of the Hong Kong protests, “Do Not Split” begins in 2019 as a proposed bill allowing the Chinese government to extradite criminal suspects to mainland China escalated protests throughout Hong Kong. Unfolding across a year, “Do Not Split” captures the determination and sacrifices of the protesters, the government’s backlash, and the passage of the new Beijing-backed national security law.
To watch “Do Not Split” for free, please click here.
Joey Siu, Associate, Hong Kong Watch; Subject of “Do Not Split”
Anders Hammer, Director, “Do Not Split”
Elisa Massimino, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress
Alexandra Schmitt, Senior Policy Analyst for National Security and International Policy, Center for American Progress