Artistic freedom in Hong Kong: self-censorship, culture of fear growing, creatives say – South China Morning Post

South China Morning Post
Following the 2015 disappearance of five Hong Kong-based book publishers, who eventually turned up in the custody of Chinese authorities, Wong tied himself to a lamp post with his mouth taped, holding a sign in English and Chinese saying “Everything is …

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