Here's a TV clip commenting on the state repression of activists in China, more specifically the case of Zhang Shujie, a supporter of the Hong Kong branch of socialist grouping Committee for a Workers International (CWI).
I wrote a short piece before about political policing in China, which mentioned this case. Zhang Shujie was approached by Chinese police to spy on Hong Kong political activists, who support worker's rights in China. He agreed to this, only to escape to Ireland then Sweden with the help of their embassies, some 'left' MPs in those countries and Hong Kong activists. He was accompanied in Sweden at a hearing for his case for asylum, by the well known ‘Long Hair’ Leung Kwok-hung (pictured left with Zhang Shujie), legislator for the LSD party in Hong Kong.
Another interesting part of this news clip is the comments from the former secret police Li Fengzhi, who thinks the CCP will soon be eliminated, with many spies realising this and therefore not supporting them.
Anyway, take a look.