A government-sponsored advertisement promoting Hong Kong’s new national security law. Photo: BloombergA government-sponsored advertisement promoting Hong Kong’s new national security law. Photo: Bloomberg
A government-sponsored advertisement promoting Hong Kong’s new national security law. Photo: Bloomberg

National security law: for Hong Kong scholars, a fear of the unknown

  • Some scholars claim the ‘end of academic freedom’ is nigh, but not all of the city’s academics have reached the same conclusion
  • While law’s vagueness raises questions over Beijing’s red lines, calmer heads warn against alarmism. Some say city can learn a thing or two from Singapore

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A government-sponsored advertisement promoting Hong Kong’s new national security law. Photo: BloombergA government-sponsored advertisement promoting Hong Kong’s new national security law. Photo: Bloomberg
A government-sponsored advertisement promoting Hong Kong’s new national security law. Photo: Bloomberg
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