Hong Kong police charged four former Apple Daily journalists with collusion weeks after the paper closed because government officials froze its assets.
In Western universities and board rooms, souls are cheap. But Jimmy Lai’s is not.
The death of Apple Daily marks the end of Hong Kong’s free press, and the west must ask: is it wise to continue empowering the CCP’s destruction?
Hong Kong’s last pro-democracy newspaper, Apple Daily, may close later this week following a crackdown on press freedoms by the city’s Beijing-appointed government.
A Hong Kong court sentenced Jimmy Lai to jail on Friday for organizing and participating in a 2019 protest against Beijing.
History shows totalitarian regimes fall when brave people rise up. As the future of Hong Kong, time is on the side of Joshua Wong, Agnes Chow, and Ivan Lam.
How many billionaires are willing to risk their lives and fortune to fight for freedom and democracy? In Hong Kong, there is at least one.
Pro-democracy Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai, who was arrested by Chinese authorities this week, said he doesn’t believe he will be extradited to China.
The NBA routinely fails to stand up for freedom, so don’t expect LeBron James to tweet about Agnes Chow’s arrest or push for ‘StandwithHK’ on NBA jerseys.
If the United States were really anything like China, The New York Times’s Sarah Jeong, along with the rest of the anti-American media, would be in jail. Or worse.
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