'Banning books makes them more popular'
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Lee Cheuk-Yan: "Whether it's true or not is not really important - people are interested"

Following the disappearance of five Hong Kong booksellers who trade in gossipy pulp books about the Chinese leadership, lawmaker Lee Cheuk-Yan says banning them only makes them more popular.

"Whether it's true or not is not really important - people are interested", he told the BBC's Juliana Liu.

  • 04 Feb 2016
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