He appeared on Time magazine at 14, where is the icon of protest now? "In his recent book, 'Unfree Speech', Wong describes himself as a 'global influencer'. Yet he can’t travel abroad without the court’s permission. He has a curfew and must visit a police station twice a week. His university studies have stalled and his criminal record limits his job prospects."Here, he discusses his fearless commitment to politics and protest. Writing in 1843 Magazine, Caroline Carter and Simon Cox, report.