Hong Kong gov't is "actively considering" the introduction of building regulations that would require cinemas construction.
Hong Kong legislators began an enforced second day of debate on an update of the Copyright Bill, but the session was suspended without a vote.
China and other Asian governments are increasing their intervention in the media and reducing freedom of the press.
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