In China the Communist Party's Security Law means the end of the freedom of expression for Hongkongers. The Democracy Movement protests have been stifled. Many activists are deleting their social media accounts or leaving Hong Kong all together.
Entrepreneur Jimmy Lai is the highest profile figure to be arrested under Hong Kong's new security law. After leaving detention, Lai was met by dozens of supporters holding copies of his tabloid Apple Daily.
Hong Kong media tycoon and pro-democracy activist Jimmy Lai has been arrested under China's new national security law for the city, a close aide said.
Beijing's move to impose a new contentious security law on Hong Kong appears to be the last straw for many Hong Kongers. A single mother tells DW how she's fed up with the government and plans to leave for the UK.
Hong Kongers have been buying up copies the pro-democracy Apple Daily paper to support the free press in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory. The arrest of its owner in a crackdown also sparked a share buying spree.
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