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Jimmy Lai: Hong Kong businessman
Lai Chee-Ying, known professionally as Jimmy Lai, is a British Hong Kong entrepreneur. He founded Giordano, an Asian clothing retailer, Next Digital, a Hong Kong-listed media company, and popular newspaper Apple Daily. He is one of the main contributors to the pro-democracy camp, especially to the Democratic Party. Although he is known as a Hong Kong political figure, he has been a UK national since 1996

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Hong Kong's Jimmy Lai cleared of intimidation charges [Video]

Hong Kong's Jimmy Lai cleared of intimidation charges

Case against media tycoon dates back to 2017 and is not related to his arrest under China-imposed national security law.

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HK media tycoon cleared of criminal intimidation [Video]

HK media tycoon cleared of criminal intimidation

Hong Kong media tycoon and long-time China critic Jimmy Lai was found not guilty of criminal intimidation on Thursday. The pro-democracy activist was also arrested last month under Beijing's..

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Pro-democracy media tycoon Jimmy Lai freed on bail amid Hong Kong crackdown [Video]

Pro-democracy media tycoon Jimmy Lai freed on bail amid Hong Kong crackdown

Hong Kong pro-democracy media mogul Jimmy Lai was released on bail over a day after he and other critics of China were rounded up by police as part of a widening crackdown on dissent.View on euronews

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Critics accuse Hong Kong of crackdown on press freedom [Video]

Critics accuse Hong Kong of crackdown on press freedom

The arrest of media tycoon Jimmy Lai under controversial national security law is expected to be the beginning of prominent people's targeting.

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Hong Kong Media Tycoon First To Be Arrested Under New China Security Law [Video]

Hong Kong Media Tycoon First To Be Arrested Under New China Security Law

CNN reports Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai was arrested early Monday. Lai is known for his support of the city's pro-democracy movement and criticism of China. The arrest comes under the new security..

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Hong Kong: Anti-China media tycoon Jimmy Lai arrested under contentious law [Video]

Hong Kong: Anti-China media tycoon Jimmy Lai arrested under contentious law

In a controversial move, Jimmy Lai, a media mogul in Hong Kong was arrested reportedly under a new security law. He is the owner of Next Digital Ltd which runs the flagship newspaper, Apple Daily...

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HK tycoon Jimmy Lai arrested under security law [Video]

HK tycoon Jimmy Lai arrested under security law

Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai became the highest-profile person arrested under a new national security law on Monday, detained over suspected collusion with foreign forces as around 200 police..

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Hong Kong media tycoon arrested under new security law [Video]

Hong Kong media tycoon arrested under new security law

Newspaper owner Jimmy Lai and six others linked to his pro-democracy Apple Daily are in custody on charges of colluding with foreign forces.

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Hong Kong police raid newsroom after arrest [Video]

Hong Kong police raid newsroom after arrest

Hong Kong police escorted media tycoon Jimmy Lai through the newsroom of his Apple Daily newspaper as around 200 officers searched the offices of the tabloid publication and removed boxes of evidence.

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National security law: HK media tycoon arrested [Video]

National security law: HK media tycoon arrested

Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai has become the highest-profile arrest under a new national security law, after he was detained over suspected collusion with foreign forces.

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Hong Kong media tycoon arrested, newspaper raided [Video]

Hong Kong media tycoon arrested, newspaper raided

Jimmy Lai accused of 'colluding with foreign powers' in most high-profile arrest yet under new security law.

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Hong Kong tycoon arrested under security law [Video]

Hong Kong tycoon arrested under security law

Jimmy Lai, one of Hong Kong's most prominent democracy activists, was arrested on Monday for suspected collusion with foreign forces under the national security law, in what is the highest profile..

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Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai arrested under security law [Video]

Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai arrested under security law

Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai has been arrested on suspicion of collusionwith foreign powers, his aide said, in the highest-profile use yet of thecity's new national security law. “Jimmy Lai is..

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