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Kevin Lau, the former editor-in-chief of Hong Kong newspaper Ming Pao, was stabbed after his ouster as editor-in-chief sparked protests in the city, making him a symbol of free speech. He remains in critical condition. Shirley Yam of the Hong Kong Journalists Association tells the WSJ's Jeffrey Ng why the incident should be a concern not only to journalists, but the public.
|Hong Kong Editor Stabbed Over His Work, HKJA Says|
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