Hong Kong tycoon Jimmy Lai – the most high-profile person to be detained under a controversial new security law – has warned young protesters they need to be “more cautious” now.
Mr Lai was arrested on Monday, and his newspaper offices raided by hundreds of police, in scenes that shocked many.
Speaking after his release on bail, Mr Lai told the BBC he believed his arrest was “just the beginning”.
There will be “a long fight” ahead for Hong Kong’s freedoms, he added.
Mr Lai, who has been a prominent pro-democracy voice and a supporter of protests that erupted last year, owns Apple Daily, one of Hong Kong’s most-read newspapers.
He and nine other activists were detained on Monday over allegations including collusion with foreign forces, under a national security law imposed by China in June.
The sweep of arrests has raised fears that China will use the new law to undertake a broad crackdown on Hong Kong’s pro-democracy activists and media figures.
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