In the early hours of April 12, four intruders wielding sledgehammers and other weapons barged into the printing press of the Hong Kong edition of The Epoch Times. They hammered printing equipment and tossed construction debris onto the machines, hoping to cripple a printing system that relies on pristine surfaces to operate smoothly. This was not the first time the Hong Kong printing plant has been attacked. In fact, it’s the fifth. Back in November 2019, four individuals firebombed the plant, resulting in more than $40,000 in damages. So what is behind these attacks? Today, we sit down with Guo Jun, one of the original co-founders of The Epoch Times and the head of the Hong Kong edition of The Epoch Times.