Self-censorship hits Hong Kong book fair in wake of national security law
Far fewer politically sensitive titles are on display in the first such event since Beijing imposed sweeping new regulations
Booksellers at Hong Kong’s annual book fair are offering a reduced selection of books deemed politically sensitive, as they try to avoid violating a sweeping national security law imposed on the city last year.
The fair was postponed twice last year because of the coronavirus pandemic. It usually draws hundreds of thousands of people looking for everything from the latest bestsellers to works by political figures. Continue reading...