Police walk past missing person notices of Gui Minhai (left), one of five missing booksellers from the Mighty Current publishing house and Yau Wentian (right), a Hong Kong publisher who was last year jailed for 10 years while preparing to release a book critical of Chinese President Xi Jinping, posted on top of the sign of China's Liaison Office in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP Police walk past missing person notices of Gui Minhai (left), one of five missing booksellers from the Mighty Current publishing house and Yau Wentian (right), a Hong Kong publisher who was last year jailed for 10 years while preparing to release a book critical of Chinese President Xi Jinping, posted on top of the sign of China's Liaison Office in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
Police walk past missing person notices of Gui Minhai (left), one of five missing booksellers from the Mighty Current publishing house and Yau Wentian (right), a Hong Kong publisher who was last year jailed for 10 years while preparing to release a book critical of Chinese President Xi Jinping, posted on top of the sign of China's Liaison Office in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP

Sweden’s foreign ministry takes ‘serious view’ over disappearance of publisher and naturalised citizen while in Thailand

Gui Minhai, who was born in mainland China but is a Swedish citizen, vanished mysteriously while on holiday in Pattaya in October

Topic |   Hong Kong bookseller disappearances
Police walk past missing person notices of Gui Minhai (left), one of five missing booksellers from the Mighty Current publishing house and Yau Wentian (right), a Hong Kong publisher who was last year jailed for 10 years while preparing to release a book critical of Chinese President Xi Jinping, posted on top of the sign of China's Liaison Office in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP Police walk past missing person notices of Gui Minhai (left), one of five missing booksellers from the Mighty Current publishing house and Yau Wentian (right), a Hong Kong publisher who was last year jailed for 10 years while preparing to release a book critical of Chinese President Xi Jinping, posted on top of the sign of China's Liaison Office in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
Police walk past missing person notices of Gui Minhai (left), one of five missing booksellers from the Mighty Current publishing house and Yau Wentian (right), a Hong Kong publisher who was last year jailed for 10 years while preparing to release a book critical of Chinese President Xi Jinping, posted on top of the sign of China's Liaison Office in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
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