The June 4 vigil was banned in Hong Kong over the past two years on public health grounds. Photo: Dickson Lee The June 4 vigil was banned in Hong Kong over the past two years on public health grounds. Photo: Dickson Lee
The June 4 vigil was banned in Hong Kong over the past two years on public health grounds. Photo: Dickson Lee

National security law: Tiananmen vigil organiser in Hong Kong closes website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts

  • Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China says national security police ordered it to delete messages from platforms
  • It has taken down website and other designated electronic platforms to comply with order but opened another Facebook page to issue news

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The June 4 vigil was banned in Hong Kong over the past two years on public health grounds. Photo: Dickson Lee The June 4 vigil was banned in Hong Kong over the past two years on public health grounds. Photo: Dickson Lee
The June 4 vigil was banned in Hong Kong over the past two years on public health grounds. Photo: Dickson Lee
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