- Hong Kong labor activist Elizabeth Tang arrested on national security charges for alleged collusion with foreign forces.
- Sweeping national security law imposed by Beijing in 2020 and Covid-19 controls have snuffed out antigovernment protests in Hong Kong.
- Almost 250 people have been arrested, convicted or jailed for a range of allegations including subversion and publishing seditious children's books.
- Authorities have no intention of relenting on former activists who have ceased to take part in campaigns in Hong Kong.
- Majority of opposition figures and activists have either been locked up, fled abroad or moved into jobs that don't involve politics.
Hong Kong Arrests Show No Letup in Beijing-Driven Crackdown on Dissent
Hong Kong's 250 arrests, convictions or jailing of activists for subversion and publishing seditious children's books under the national security law show no letup in Beijing-driven crackdown on dissent.