Ai Weiwei criticises Hong Kong freedoms after he is refused for a HSBC bank account

Ai Weiwei, the Chinese dissident artist, has launched an attack on eroding freedoms in Hong Kong after he was refused a bank account at HSBC in the former British colony. The burly artist, who is a constant thorn in the side of Beijing’s Communist Party …
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