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Digital technology becomes bastion for Hong Kong's lost freedoms

German-based Chang Ping and anonymous partners carve out cyber haven

The June 4th Museum in Hong Kong, left, was forced to shut down in June but came back in digital form in August. (Source photos by Reuters and Ken Kobayashi)

HONG KONG -- Ever since the national security law was imposed by Beijing at the end of June 2020, a number of activists striving for freedom and democracy in Hong Kong have been detained, while many civil organizations instrumental in pushing those causes were virtually forced to dissolve or pushed to the brink of dissolution.

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