CCP’s State Security Agency Buys $65 Million Mansion

Media reported on November 8 that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s State Security Office in Hong Kong bought a luxury home in Hong Kong’s exclusive Beacon Hill neighborhood at a cost of HK508 million (US508million(US65Million), setting a new record for the price of a first-hand house in Kowloon. According to the Hong Kong Land Registry, CCP’s Office for Safeguarding National Security in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region was listed this week as the buyer of a 7,171 square foot, or 666 square metre, mansion in the city’s northern Kowloon district. The mansion, which includes five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a garden, is being sold by Kerry Properties Ltd, a Hong Kong property developer owned by the Robert Kuok Hock Nien family. The CCP’s State Security Office in Hong Kong was established in 2020 as an agency directly under the CCP’s Central Committee to enforce Hong Kong National Security Law, which was implemented by the CCP authorities to suppress pro-democracy activists after months-long pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong in 2019. In 2020, the head of the Office, Zheng Yanxiong, was sanctioned by the US for implementing CCP’s ”policies of suppression of freedom and democratic processes.

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