Some fans of the Hong Kong representative football team have regularly booed March of the Volunteers when played before international matches. Photo: Dickson LeeSome fans of the Hong Kong representative football team have regularly booed March of the Volunteers when played before international matches. Photo: Dickson Lee
Some fans of the Hong Kong representative football team have regularly booed March of the Volunteers when played before international matches. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong’s new anthem law: what you can and cannot do

  • New law prohibits use of March of the Volunteers for commercial ends, parodies and significant alterations of the words and score
  • Whether someone is in infraction of the law will often depend on the intent of the person in question

Topic |   Censorship
Some fans of the Hong Kong representative football team have regularly booed March of the Volunteers when played before international matches. Photo: Dickson LeeSome fans of the Hong Kong representative football team have regularly booed March of the Volunteers when played before international matches. Photo: Dickson Lee
Some fans of the Hong Kong representative football team have regularly booed March of the Volunteers when played before international matches. Photo: Dickson Lee
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