The 'grass mud horse' is recognised as Chinese netizens' de facto mascot for freedom of speech. Photo: Reuters The 'grass mud horse' is recognised as Chinese netizens' de facto mascot for freedom of speech. Photo: Reuters
The 'grass mud horse' is recognised as Chinese netizens' de facto mascot for freedom of speech. Photo: Reuters
Ernest Kao
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Ernest Kao

Two animals poisoned to death at Fujian zoo

The 'grass mud horse' is recognised as Chinese netizens' de facto mascot for freedom of speech. Photo: Reuters The 'grass mud horse' is recognised as Chinese netizens' de facto mascot for freedom of speech. Photo: Reuters
The 'grass mud horse' is recognised as Chinese netizens' de facto mascot for freedom of speech. Photo: Reuters
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Ernest Kao

Ernest Kao

Ernest Kao was a reporter at the Post until 2019, covering environment, energy, science and urban planning and development issues.