Who's next? Hong Kong media fearful after arrests, shutdowns

China's crackdown on dissent has silenced or jailed most Hong Kong democracy activists and has now begun to focus on the press. When Hong Kong's national security police knocked on his door before dawn last month, journalist Ronson Chan was unsurprised but still found himself shaking. "I was mentally prepared," he told AFP. "But... when they showed me the search warrant I was trembling."

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