The revival of print advertising in a newspaper under assault by the government is the latest twist in Hong Kong’s ever-evolving protest tactics.
Beijing has imposed a security law on Hong Kong that overnight turned China’s freest city to one where it’s possible to be arrested for shouting a slogan. This is how it happened.
Supporters of Jimmy Lai and his newspaper Apple Daily lined up to buy physical copies of the paper, and snapped up the publisher’s shares.
The arrest of Jimmy Lai and the raid on Apple Daily’s offices mark a dramatic step-up in Beijing’s assault on Hong Kong’s media.