Veteran Hong Kong political leaders Anson Chan and Martin Lee describe some of the core values—such as freedom the press—that they seek to maintain as Beijing asserts greater control over the territory seventeen years after Britain handed it back to China on the condition that universal suffrage (one man, one vote) be granted by 2017. Chan and Lee spoke to a public audience gathered at the Asia Society New York headquarters on March 31. Their conversation begins at 3:30 in the video below.

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