Ok, I and a person live in a student hall. I am a PhD student, also an advisor of a professional body and working in a renowned firm in Hong Kong. What is more, I have written many articles in Hong Kong newspapers. In one situation around one month ago, i shared my view about the fact that China needs to improve it's political system. Otherwise, the china cannot grow sustainably and attract many talents to go there and so on. Based on the freedom of speech, i can share my view. What is more, i came from Hong Kong. So, I always respect the legal system. He seems did not like my view. Later one month, he sometimes shouts to me or ask me several times "is Hong Kong a part of China?" Furthermore, we are the same class of a course. When i expressed my view in other topics to a teacher in the class, he asked loudly me "Is Hong Kong a part of China?" so as to stop me express my opinion in other topics. Obviously, he deters me to have a freedom of speech. After Several times, i felt very nervous and uncomfortable and I have not slept for several days. He also told others I am a bad guy as I heard my one of my friends. What is more, in once situation, even I said good mornings with his girlfriend. He just told others including my friends I should have motivation. I think his words are to affect my reputation. I hope he can stop these types of action only. So, can I have a legal document to stop his intervention in my living and a bit affect my reputation as I need to take drugs to sleep at night? Thank.
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