In this picture taken on January 5, 2016 a sticker depicting Mao Zedong is seen on the door of a books store selling magazines about China politics in Causeway Bay district in Hong Kong. AFP PHOTO / Philippe Lopez
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The second of five "missing" Hong Kong booksellers who was detained on the mainland returned to the city on Sunday, authorities said, in a case that has triggered fears of increasing Chinese interference in the semi-autonomous region.Cheung Chi Ping's return to Hong Kong comes a week after he appeared on Chinese television with four of his colleagues, where some admitted to smuggling illicit literature into the mainland. One who apparently disappeared from Hong Kong, Lee Bo, appeared on television last week and insisted he had not been abducted by mainland authorities.
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