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Lai Chee-Ying, better known by his western name Jimmy Lai, is a Hong Kong entrepreneur. He founded Giordano, an Asian clothing retailer, and Next Digital, a Hong Kong-listed media company and a Chinese-language media group.
A Hong Kong court has convicted pro-democracy media tycoon Jimmy Lai and eight other prominent opposition activists over their roles in an assembly at the height of the 2019 protests.
Hong Kong, March 1 Police in Hong Kong have charged 47 activists, who were arrested in January, for "conspiring ...
Jailed Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai Chee-Ying has been arrested again in connection with the case related to 12 Hong Kongers who tried to flee to Taiwan, South China Morning Post reported citing local newspaper he owns.
Chinese property magnate Kaisa Groups has agreed to buy a major share in Hong Kong media firm Sing Tao News.
Hong Kong, Feb 6 The lawyers of Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai have asked for extra time ...
Hong Kong, Feb 2 Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai, who has been charged with foreign collusion under ...
The "incommunicado detentions and abusive interrogations" of 12 Hong Kong residents detained in China deserves worldwide condemnation, said Washington-based China Commission on Thursday.
Chinese authorities have formally approved the arrest of 12 Hong Kong activists who were detained last month when they were trying to flee china fo Taiwan.
Families of 12 Hong Kongers detained in mainland China rallied at Beijing's top office in the city on Wednesday, reiterating their demand that lawyers they hired should be granted access to their loved ones.
The Hong Kong government has said it will not interfere in the arrest of 12 Hong Kongers by Chinese authorities when they were trying to flee to Taiwan.