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CHINA-HONG KONG/BOOKS Fifth staff member at Hong Kong publishing house goes missing

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A fifth staff member working at a Hong Kong publishing firm that specialises in books critical of Beijing has gone missing, according to local reports.

65-year-old Paul Lee, Chief Editor at Arts & Culture Publisher, and shareholder of the Mi...

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HONG KONG, CHINA (JANUARY 2, 2016) (REUTERS)
VARIOUS OF SIGN READING (Mandarin): "CAUSEWAY BAY BOOKS" IN SHOPPING DISTRICT
STAIRS LEADING UP TO CAUSEWAY BAY BOOKS NEXT TO PHARMACY
BOOK WITH CHINESE PR...

HONG KONG, CHINA (JANUARY 2, 2016) (REUTERS)
VARIOUS OF SIGN READING (Mandarin): "CAUSEWAY BAY BOOKS" IN SHOPPING DISTRICT
STAIRS LEADING UP TO CAUSEWAY BAY BOOKS NEXT TO PHARMACY
BOOK WITH CHINESE PRESIDENT, XI JINPING, AND FALLEN OFFICIAL, BO XILAI, ON COVER ON DISPLAY
POLICEMEN KNOCKING ON DOOR AT CAUSEWAY BAY BOOKS AND ASKING (Cantonese) "IS ANYONE HERE?"
POLICEMAN'S JACKET WITH WORDS READING (English) "POLICE"
POLICEMAN TAKING CALL
LOCK ON GATE TO SHOP

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HONG KONG, CHINA (JANUARY 2, 2016) (REUTERS)
INTERIOR OF CAUSEWAY BAY BOOKS (AS SEEN FROM GAP IN DOOR)
CHINESE POLITICAL MAGAZINES, BANNED IN MAINLAND CHINA, ON SHELF
PICTURE AND CHINESE CALLIGRAPHY O...

HONG KONG, CHINA (JANUARY 2, 2016) (REUTERS)
INTERIOR OF CAUSEWAY BAY BOOKS (AS SEEN FROM GAP IN DOOR)
CHINESE POLITICAL MAGAZINES, BANNED IN MAINLAND CHINA, ON SHELF
PICTURE AND CHINESE CALLIGRAPHY ON WALL
BOOKS ABOUT CHINESE GOVERNMENT ON SHELF
RETIRED PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AT CITY UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG, JOSEPH CHENG, SPEAKING
CHENG'S EYES
CHENG'S HANDS
(SOUNDBITE) (English) RETIRED PROFESSOR OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AT CITY UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG, JOSEPH CHENG, SAYING:
"All those anti-Communist magazines, anti-Communist publishers, had been in operation, and this was a rather reassuring sign to Hong Kong people and to the international community. If this incident is proven true, then this will certainly be a rather alarming signal, and this will certainly generate an even stronger sense of self-censorship on the part of the journalist community in Hong Kong."
VARIOUS OF 40-YEAR-OLD SUPPORTER, JEREMY TAM, TYING BOOKMARK ON GATE OF CAUSEWAY BAY BOOKS TO SHOW SUPPORT
BOOKMARKS ABOVE SIGN READING (English): "CLOSED"
BOOKMARK
(SOUNDBITE) (English) 40-YEAR-OLD SUPPORTER, JEREMY TAM, SAYING:
"It's a terrible news, I have to say. When we first heard it, it's just absolutely terrible. I mean, under the Hong Kong law, or 'One Country, Two Systems', how could this possibly happen? But unfortunately, this is happening today. Of course, there's a lot of speculation and what's going on and what happened, but anyway it's certainly an alarm to everybody in Hong Kong."
HONG KONG, CHINA (DECEMBER 30, 2015) (REUTERS)
VARIOUS OF BOOKS AT DIFFERENT BOOK SHOP SPECIALISING IN BOOKS BANNED IN MAINLAND CHINA
VARIOUS OF STAFF ARRANGING BOOK SHELF

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