Copies of the final edition of Apple Daily are sold in Mong Kok on Thursday. Photo: Felix Wong Copies of the final edition of Apple Daily are sold in Mong Kok on Thursday. Photo: Felix Wong
Copies of the final edition of Apple Daily are sold in Mong Kok on Thursday. Photo: Felix Wong

Apple Daily ends 26-year run in Hong Kong amid national security law crackdown as fans race to archive stories online

  • Parent company Next Digital says 1 million copies of final edition were printed, but some readers complain they still could not get one
  • Employees now out of work contemplate whether to remain in the business while efforts by supporters to archive millions of articles online spark legal questions

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Copies of the final edition of Apple Daily are sold in Mong Kok on Thursday. Photo: Felix Wong Copies of the final edition of Apple Daily are sold in Mong Kok on Thursday. Photo: Felix Wong
Copies of the final edition of Apple Daily are sold in Mong Kok on Thursday. Photo: Felix Wong
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