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Feb 20, 2017

Censored-book shop, disappearing art highlight threats to expression

Amnesty International, with Ogilvy and Brand Union, makes a statement about erosion of freedom in Hong Kong.

Amnesty International Hong Kong worked with Ogilvy Mather and Brand Union to open a 'bookstore' that offered over 1000 books that appeared to have been censored or blacked out. Intended to highlight the rapidly eroding Freedom of Expression laws protected by Article 27 in Hong Kong, the bookstore was open for two days last week in the city's Central district.

Visitors to the shop were invited to donate HK$27 about US$3.50 to...

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