Meet the woman fighting for free-speech in 'undemocratic' China
Dissent is rarely tolerated in China, but one prominent woman is not afraid of voicing her criticism of the government.
Hung Huang stands out in a country of 1.3 billion people. She is a doting mother, a columnist, a blogger, owns a high-end fashion boutique and publishes a trendy fashion magazine.
When contemplated whether all the communists in China believe in communism, Hung called that 'the biggest joke', adding that they believe in 'money, for sure'.
Hung was educated in the U.S. at Vassar, and loves to promote Chinese design as much as she loves to poke China's leaders for arrogance and corruption.
"If I see something I don't like, I'll just say something. I am just a blabbermouth," Hung said.
"I think it's part of my American education more than anything else," she added.
Hung said there are three 'Ts' that are taking it too far and you don't talk about: Tibet, Taiwan, and Tiananmen.
According to CBS News, she said that still, she is seeing China change.
When high-ranking political leader Bo Xilai recently was brought down by scandal, his wife convicted of killing a British businessman, millions of others joined her in a freewheeling internet discussion.
In a country with little tolerance for dissent, Hung boldly pushes the limits. She had a talk show, but walked away because the government censored her guests.
She now has almost six million followers on China's version of Twitter.
"The change of leadership gives people reason to hope. There is an opportunity there. There is a possibility," Hung said.