The National People’s Congress (NPC), in
late May, passed controversial new legislation
on national security for Hong Kong, and on
4 June, the anniversary of the Tiananmen
Square massacre, Hong Kong’s own legislature
made it a crime to insult the National Anthem.
International Christian Concern
As the 4 June law was passed, students
held a silent vigil at the Pillar Of Shame
sculpture commemorating the massacre.
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