Hong Kong to prioritize passing of anthem bill

Hong Kong to prioritize passing of anthem bill

Hong Kong’s government plans to push a bill that seeks to criminalize the abuse of the Chinese national anthem. The law is aimed at ensuring that residents of Hong Kong respect China’s national anthem. Under the bill, those who use the anthem for commercial purposes, or publicly and intentionally insult the anthem, could face fines of up to $6,450 and up to three years in prison.

Chris
Chris
The King In Yellow
The King In Yellow 2 weeks

How insecure must a nation be, to criminalize making fun of it's anthem? That's rock bottom hilarious levels of small "manhood" authoritarianism.

Stefnir
Stefnir 2 weeks

Oh that is just swell isn't it. I wonder how quickly they would be overwhelmed by memes and jokes made about the Chinese anthem once this law passes.

Property
Property 2 weeks

Want to be more obvious

Cary Brown
Cary Brown 2 weeks

Lol that's hilarious, the idiots in charge show that they're magnificently stupid, yet again!

Raf
Raf 2 weeks

Free Hong Kong, Taiwan, Tibet and all the Chinese people

eddy yetty
eddy yetty 2 weeks

For some reason I think of the Chinese war dance from the owner of City Wok lol

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