Donations to an online group promoting sanctions against Hong Kong and mainland officials surged following the arrest of Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai this week. Photo: AFP Donations to an online group promoting sanctions against Hong Kong and mainland officials surged following the arrest of Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai this week. Photo: AFP
Donations to an online group promoting sanctions against Hong Kong and mainland officials surged following the arrest of Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai this week. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong national security law’s next targets: donors to online group allegedly linked to Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai, activist Agnes Chow

  • ‘Fight for Freedom, Stand with Hong Kong’ has vowed to use funds it has raised for global campaign seeking sanctions over Beijing-imposed legislation
  • Source says Lai, son Ian and Next Media executive Royston Chow believed involved in funnelling group hundreds of thousands of dollars

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Donations to an online group promoting sanctions against Hong Kong and mainland officials surged following the arrest of Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai this week. Photo: AFP Donations to an online group promoting sanctions against Hong Kong and mainland officials surged following the arrest of Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai this week. Photo: AFP
Donations to an online group promoting sanctions against Hong Kong and mainland officials surged following the arrest of Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai this week. Photo: AFP
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