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Covert meetings, whispered threats, and mysterious phone calls — warnings of reprisals by authorities from shadowy messengers are hounding Hong Kong’s civil society as China flattens a pro-democracy movement.

Unlike the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong long hosted a vibrant landscape of citizens’ groups who cultivated rights advocacy, union mobilization and civil disobedience as a key fabric of the once-outspoken city.

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