Hong Kong Art Event by Chinese artist Badiucao has been cancelled after threats by China

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News website Hong Kong Free Press announced that the art exhibition ‘Gongle’ by Chinese artist Badiucao has been canceled out of safety concerns.

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“The decision follows threats made by the Chinese authorities relating to the artist. Whilst the organisers’ value freedom of expression, the safety of our partners remains a major concern.”

The organizers regret having to make this decision and hope there will be a chance for the public to see Badiucao’s work in the future.

Badiucao is a Chinese political cartoonist, artist and rights activist.

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