National security Law / National Anthem Legislation

China passes amendments outlawing insulting national flag

The Standing Committee of China’s congress has passed amendments to a law that will criminalize the intentional insulting of the national flag and emblem, after anti-government protesters in Hong Kong last year desecrated the Chinese flag

Turning Chinese flag upside to be criminalised as Beijing moves to tighten legal protections

New protections for national symbols will apply in Hong Kong and follow series of incidents during last year’s anti-government protestsLocalist lawmaker Cheng Chung-tai was fined in 2017 for overturning miniature flags during a Legislative Council debate

[Interview] CUHK girl exiled in Germany in the cold winter, looking for Wifi, contacting parents, hearing exotic fireworks, recalling tear gas

Hong Kong protester says granted asylum in Germany

We recorded the moment when the reporter was personally assaulted by people in white at Yuen Long Station. We recorded the stunned beacon fires of the CUHK and PolyU teachers. We also recorded the chorus and shouts of countless Hong Kong people in the stadium, shopping malls and streets.

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