Pro-independence supporters have been backing their cause through other means than protests since the national security law’s imposition, a senior Hong Kong official says. Photo: Sam Tsang Pro-independence supporters have been backing their cause through other means than protests since the national security law’s imposition, a senior Hong Kong official says. Photo: Sam Tsang
Pro-independence supporters have been backing their cause through other means than protests since the national security law’s imposition, a senior Hong Kong official says. Photo: Sam Tsang

National security law: new threat as Hong Kong independence activists shift from street protests to the arts and media for separatist promotion, security chief warns

  • Security law has pushed pro-independence campaigners to softer forms of resistance, such as promotion via cultural channels, Chris Tang says
  • Justice minister Teresa Cheng tells journalists they can only access the industry’s legal protections if they ‘act in good faith’

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Pro-independence supporters have been backing their cause through other means than protests since the national security law’s imposition, a senior Hong Kong official says. Photo: Sam Tsang Pro-independence supporters have been backing their cause through other means than protests since the national security law’s imposition, a senior Hong Kong official says. Photo: Sam Tsang
Pro-independence supporters have been backing their cause through other means than protests since the national security law’s imposition, a senior Hong Kong official says. Photo: Sam Tsang
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