How the National Security Law blights Hong Kong’s culture | DW News

Hong Kong’s art and culture has suffered since Beijing imposed a draconian National Security Law on the city three years ago. Fear of arbitrary arrest for so called ‘seditious publications’ or articles seen as anti-government, has forced many artists, residents and activists to seek refuge abroad. Here, they are trying to preserve the cultural memory of Hong Kong. Correspondent Winnie Sung reports from the UK.


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