How the national security law is changing Hong Kong
FT, 05 Feb 2021
Beijing imposed a wide-ranging national security law on Hong Kong in June 2020. Since then the government has cracked down on the city's education sector, its media and political life. The FT's Hong Kong correspondent Nicolle Liu looks at how the law is being used to change civil society
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