Demosisto members protest outside Beijing’s liaison office in support of Lam Wing-kee. Photo: Felix Wong

Outrage expressed in Hong Kong over missing bookseller, but no answers forthcoming

Chinese foreign ministry says mainland authorities were entitled to handle Lam Wing-kee’s case as he had violated local laws, but Democrat Albert Ho maintains Lam is embroiled in a political conflict

Topic |   Hong Kong bookseller disappearances

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Demosisto members protest outside Beijing’s liaison office in support of Lam Wing-kee. Photo: Felix Wong
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Phila Siu

Phila Siu

Phila Siu, also known as Bobby, has been a journalist since 2009. He has reported on human rights, security, politics, and society in Hong Kong, mainland China and Southeast Asia. He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Hong Kong Baptist University and a human rights law master's degree from the University of Hong Kong.

Tony Cheung

Tony Cheung

Tony Cheung became a political journalist in 2007. He joined the Post in 2012 and now leads the Hong Kong-mainland relations team on the Hong Kong desk. Tony also writes about the economy, and reports from mainland China, the United States, Germany and Britain.