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Hong Kong’s new security law inhibits anxious artists

2,000 Hong Kong and international artists and cultural workers said in a statement security law creates a climate of fear and self-censorship

For whom the terror tolls: Writing, Reading and the Anti-Terrorism Law

From the looks of it, it seems that silence is not and will never be an option among journalists and members of the literary community

New York Times to move part of Hong Kong office to...

Move delivers a blow to the city's status as a hub for journalism in Asia

New security law starts to break down Hong Kong’s pro-democracy economy

Law prohibits what China describes broadly as secession, subversion, terrorism and collusion with foreign forces, with up to life in prison for offenders

Hong Kong activists discuss ‘parliament-in-exile’ after China crackdown

New security legislation pushes China's freest city and one of the world's most glittering financial hubs on to a more authoritarian path

China passes Hong Kong security law amid global opposition

Some of the law's provisions include it superseding existing Hong Kong legislation

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