Where an Apple a day doesn’t keep authorities away
Heartbreak in the newsroom as, after raids and arrests, Hong Kong tabloid goes to print for the last time
Apple Daily cub reporter Yau Ting-leung could not sleep much. Tired, he lay in bed on Wednesday morning checking the news.
The 23-year-old had been in his dream job at the pro-democracy tabloid for less than a year, but now things were unravelling.
Six days after a police raid on Apple, the arrests of its top two editors and a freeze of core assets on national security grounds, the company was running out of cash and options...