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Hong Kong’s arts scene shudders as Beijing draws cultural red line


Pro-Beijing politicians accuse newly built M+ Museum of breaching the sweeping national security law

After successfully muzzling Hong Kong’s democracy protests and opposition, Beijing’s loyalists have warned art institutions about their collections as they seek to impose mainland-style orthodoxy on culture and purge the city of dissent.

Newly built on Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour, M+ Museum aims to rival western contemporary heavyweights like London’s Tate Modern and New York’s MoMA.

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