The Falun Gong has publicly made its case against the Chinese government since 1996 in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong The Falun Gong has publicly made its case against the Chinese government since 1996 in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
The Falun Gong has publicly made its case against the Chinese government since 1996 in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong

Outlawed, branded a cult in mainland China, Falun Gong faces calls to be banned under Hong Kong’s national security law

  • Lawmakers ask why group is allowed to exist in city, despite its openly anti-Beijing activities
  • Falun Gong’s Hong Kong chief insists group has been law-abiding, should be allowed to carry on

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The Falun Gong has publicly made its case against the Chinese government since 1996 in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong The Falun Gong has publicly made its case against the Chinese government since 1996 in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
The Falun Gong has publicly made its case against the Chinese government since 1996 in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
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