State security authorities in Guangdong province have arrested two men for alleged involvement in Hong Kong riots and endangering national security, Guangzhou Daily reported on Saturday.

Lee Henley Hu Xiang, a Belizean businessman who lives in China, was arrested on Nov 26 by the Guangzhou State security bureau for “allegedly funding criminal activities that endanger national security” after approval by the city’s procuratorate, the paper reported.

“Lee had long funded hostile forces based in the United States, sponsoring foreign organizations and individuals to damage the country’s national security, supporting anti-China activities in Hong Kong and cooperating with external forces to intervene in Hong Kong affairs,” the paper said.

2 arrested for alleged roles in HK violence



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