A copy of Hong Kong based newspaper Ming Pao (top L) is displayed at a convenience store in Hong Kong on December 17, 2015. Shares in the owner of Hong Kong-based newspaper Ming Pao shot up on December 17 on rumours that Chinese Internet giant Alibaba was in talks to buy it, days after it snapped up the city's South China Morning Post. AFP PHOTO / ANTHONY WALLACE / AFP PHOTO / ANTHONY WALLACE

A copy of Hong Kong based newspaper Ming Pao (top L) is displayed at a convenience store in Hong Kong on December 17, 2015. Shares in the owner of Hong Kong-based newspaper Ming Pao shot up on December 17 on rumours that Chinese Internet giant Alibaba was in talks to buy it, days after it snapped up the city’s South China Morning Post. AFP PHOTO / ANTHONY WALLACE / AFP PHOTO / ANTHONY WALLACE

A copy of Hong Kong based newspaper Ming Pao (top L) is displayed at a convenience store in Hong Kong on December 17, 2015. Shares in the owner of Hong Kong-based newspaper Ming Pao shot up on December 17 on rumours that Chinese Internet giant Alibaba was in talks to buy it, days after it snapped up the city's South China Morning Post. AFP PHOTO / ANTHONY WALLACE / AFP PHOTO / ANTHONY WALLACE

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