The latest anthem controversy involves a baseball match from 12 years ago, with footage of that game recently edited to contain a protest song. Photo: Handout
The latest anthem controversy involves a baseball match from 12 years ago, with footage of that game recently edited to contain a protest song. Photo: Handout

Hong Kong baseball body alerts police after edited video of 2010 match surfaces with national anthem replaced by protest song

  • Hong Kong Baseball Association says YouTube user uploaded the now-removed clip in November, showing the match in Taiwan 12 years ago but with anthem replaced
  • Latest case follows a string of controversies in which organisers of sporting events had mixed up protest song ‘Glory to Hong Kong’ with ‘March of the Volunteers’

The latest anthem controversy involves a baseball match from 12 years ago, with footage of that game recently edited to contain a protest song. Photo: Handout
The latest anthem controversy involves a baseball match from 12 years ago, with footage of that game recently edited to contain a protest song. Photo: Handout
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