Hong Kong arts hub chief fends off national security law attacks, pledges more vigilance in screening new tenants

Away from the buzz of Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay shopping district, Foo Tak Building sits along a quiet street, providing budding artists low-priced space in the city.The Art and Culture Outreach (ACO) centre, which occupies 20 units in the building, recently found itself in the crosshairs of pro-Beijing media in the city, the latest target since the national security law was introduced in June last year.East Week magazine, owned by Hong Kong-listed Sing Tao News Corporation and viewed as…

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