(Stella Tsang’s and Tris Pan’s article appeared on Yahoo News, 6/17.)

HONG KONG (Reuters) – More than 100 activists marched on China's liaison office in Hong Kong on Friday to protest against the detention of five booksellers after one of them recounted his ill-treatment by Chinese authorities.

The disappearances had prompted fears that mainland Chinese authorities might be using tactics that erode the "one country, two systems" formula under which Hong Kong has been governed since its return to China from British rule in 1997.

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