Leung Kwok-hung, a former member of the Hong Kong Legislative Council, was arrested this morning. The case involves this year's July 1st March. Leung Kwok-hung has been fighting for his ideas of democracy and human rights since he entered politics. Arrested, no surprise. Liang Guoxiong has always had long hair since he entered politics, so he is called "long hair", and this has become his unique mark; another special mark he has at the same time is that the T-shirts he wears for a long time are printed with the South American revolutionary fighter Zheguhuala (Ernesto "Che" Guevara).
According to information on the Internet, Liang Guoxiong once threatened that the "June 4 Incident" could not be rehabilitated in one day, the CCP would not fall, and he would not cut his long hair. Hair, long hair is his own business, his determination need not be expressed by the length of the hair. RTX7AAAQ Photo Credit: Reuters/Dazhi Image remove background from image According to online information, Liang Guoxiong likes Zheguhuala because when he was in power in Cuba, he gave up high-ranking officials for his ideals, returned to the revolutionary battlefield, and fought until he died. According to Wikipedia, Liang Guoxiong was born in Zengcheng, Guangdong, China. He was the only son in his family. His parents divorced at an early age, and he came to Hong Kong with his mother to take refuge in Hong Kong when he was young.
It is said that when Liang Guoxiong read Marx and other books when he was young, he thought of entering politics because he "felt that society is full of injustices, and injustices will be heard." He once told the media, "Today's CCP has carried out the original ideas of socialism backwards. Autocracy is incompatible with socialism." Leung Kwok-hung stepped into social work after completing his middle school course. In 1975, he joined the then political organization Revolutionary Marxists League (Gema League). In April 1979, he was arrested twice for commemorating the 3rd anniversary of the "Tiananmen Square Incident" and supporting the Chinese democracy movement, and he was also imprisoned for a month. Some people say that, as far as revolutionaries are concerned, going to jail means going to school. Liang Guoxiong was arrested, charged, and even imprisoned numerous times after his first imprisonment that year. He wa