Although China has intensified its crackdown on democracy activists in Hong Kong, some still hope that democracy will prevail in the city. This article is published by Yahoo News. Here is an excerpt:
[Herbert] Chow runs a chain of children’s clothing stores called Chickeeduck.
But this particular shop – with its protest-themed T-shirts, stickers and and pins -could cross the line into crime under the city’s National Security Law.
It was handed down by Beijing a year ago, and could mean up to life in prison for what mainland China deems subversion, secessionism, terrorism and collusion with foreign forces.
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