A woman walks past a display set up by the Falun Gong on a street corner in Causeway Bay in 2013. Photo: Felix Wong A woman walks past a display set up by the Falun Gong on a street corner in Causeway Bay in 2013. Photo: Felix Wong
A woman walks past a display set up by the Falun Gong on a street corner in Causeway Bay in 2013. Photo: Felix Wong

National security law: Hong Kong authorities to investigate Falun Gong after lawmakers call for it to be banned

  • Pro-establishment lawmakers accuse spiritual movement, considered cult by Beijing, of being pawn of foreign forces, subverting state power
  • Security chief Chris Tang vows to investigate, but stops short of offering definitive answer as to whether group is illegal under security law

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A woman walks past a display set up by the Falun Gong on a street corner in Causeway Bay in 2013. Photo: Felix Wong A woman walks past a display set up by the Falun Gong on a street corner in Causeway Bay in 2013. Photo: Felix Wong
A woman walks past a display set up by the Falun Gong on a street corner in Causeway Bay in 2013. Photo: Felix Wong
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