Publisher and China critic was taken in this morning under Hong Kong's new security law for "colluding with foreign forces", according to an associate.
Jimmy Lai Chee-ying held for illegal assembly during an August 31, 2019, pro-democracy march.
The Hong Kong publisher introduces a new product in a challenging media market.
HONG KONG - As the Occupy Central protests enter their 20th day, Apple Daily, a local publication with a strong pro-democratic slant, is enjoying ad support and appears to be withstanding harassment and attacks in both physical and virtual space.
HONG KONG - While some brands curtail marketing activities in light of the ongoing 'Occupy Central' protests, a group of 50 advertising and media workers has taken out an ad condemning violent police tactics. Here, we present a wide range of opinions on the short- and long-term industry impacts of the movement.
Apple Daily gave out awards to its advertisers and their agencies for the first time Tuesday, aiming to honour creative excellence in the realm of digital advertising. Winners included Sony, H&M, MEC, Maxim's, Maxus, Wyeth, OMD, Airwave, Ocean Park, MediaCom, Citibank, Estée Lauder, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Canon, Mindshare and TBWA. Judges were Anthony Fung from CUHK, Keith Ho from Grey HK, Dr. Royce Yuen from APRAIS Greater China, Rudi Leung from [email protected] HK and Spencer Wong from McCann HK.
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