Activist Lee Cheuk-yan (centre) says supporters of the alliance he leads now prefer the anonymity of donating in cash. Photo: AFP Activist Lee Cheuk-yan (centre) says supporters of the alliance he leads now prefer the anonymity of donating in cash. Photo: AFP
Activist Lee Cheuk-yan (centre) says supporters of the alliance he leads now prefer the anonymity of donating in cash. Photo: AFP

Hong Kong protests

Donations to Hong Kong activist groups, opposition scrutinised as police freeze bank accounts, allege money-laundering activities

  • Cases involving ex-lawmaker Ted Hui, church are the latest to raise questions about crowdfunding
  • Police must probe suspicions of wrongdoing, but lawyers say frozen assets are locked up a long time

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Activist Lee Cheuk-yan (centre) says supporters of the alliance he leads now prefer the anonymity of donating in cash. Photo: AFP Activist Lee Cheuk-yan (centre) says supporters of the alliance he leads now prefer the anonymity of donating in cash. Photo: AFP
Activist Lee Cheuk-yan (centre) says supporters of the alliance he leads now prefer the anonymity of donating in cash. Photo: AFP
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