China is warning the UK government to not host a pro-democracy activist who fled Hong Kong last week. Sunny Cheung was expected to be arrested in Hong Kong before he fled to Britain. He is now in the UK where he plans to rally support for pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong. Activists in Hong Kong have been rounded up by police as part of a new security law imposed on the former British colony by China. Boris Johnson's government has offered all Hong Kong citizens the chance to live in Britain. However, China's ambassador to the UK said hosting Cheung was tantamount to supporting "anti-China" forces. China has warned the United Kingdom not to host a pro-democracy activist who fled Hong Kong last week to avoid arrest, warning that it would retaliate if Boris Johnson's government supported "anti-China" forces. Twenty-four-year old Sunny Cheung fled to Britain last week after police in Hong Kong rounded up three young activists and seven others as part of a new security law imposed on the former British colony by Beijing, The Times of London reported. Cheung, former spoksperson for the Hong Kong Higher Institutions International Affairs Delegation and prominent student activist, fled to the UK to rally support for Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement. He was expected to face court for his role in a June vigil for victims of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre if he had stayed in Hong Kong. Cheung joined Nathan Law Kwun-Chung, another student activist who fled from Hong Kong to the UK last month, and Simon Cheng, who was granted asslyum in Britain after accusing Chinese authorities of torturing him. China's ambassador to the UK Liu Xiaoming has warned the UK government against hosting Cheung. He said that doing so was tantamount to supporting "anti-China forces" and would "severely harm" London's already-strained relationship with Beijing, in comments reported by The Times of London.
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