Free Speech Under Siege as Hong Kong TV Show Comes to End | WSJ

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Under pressure from China, Hong Kong has been chipping away at the territory’s free speech, which is a key pillar of the city’s identity. WSJ visits the set of “Headliner,” a popular satirical news show to find out how a proposed national security law could change the global hub. Photo/Video: Clément Bürge/WSJ

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