We are digital librarians. Among us are represented the various reasons to keep data -- legal requirements, competitive requirements, uncertainty of permanence of cloud services, distaste for transmitting your data externally (e.g. government or corporate espionage), cultural and familial archivists, internet collapse preppers, and people who do it themselves so they're sure it's done right. Everyone has their reasons for curating the data they have decided to keep (either forever or For A Damn Long Timetm). Along the way we have sought out like-minded individuals to exchange strategies, war stories, and cautionary tales of failures.
Hong Kong's most-read pro-democracy newspaper, Apple Daily, has had its office raided, its executives arrested, its assets frozen in the last few days. This is the death knell of press freedom in Hong Kong, and Apple Daily's trove of reporting on the 2019 Anti-Extradition Protests and Tiananmen massacre vigils is under imminent danger of disappearing in a few days. I'm a noob at archiving and a project of this size and deadline is well beyond my means and knowledge. I need help backing this up to Wayback Machine.
Unfortunately, there is a paywall. The first article is free, the next ones are paywalled, enforced by cookies. In my testing, it seems like the paywall doesn't affect tools like wget or curl. If all else fails, you could try using googlebot's user agent: