Queuing, blank placards and shopping: how Hongkongers innovated acts of resistance during security law clampdown

On Thursday, Hong Kong marks its first national security day since Beijing imposed a controversial new law last June. Despite growing restrictions on political activity and freedom of expression, city residents have continued to carry out acts of resistance. HKFP takes a look at how Hongkongers are continuing to make their voices heard. Queueing Last month, hundreds of people queued outside the West Kowloon Law Courts building in last to support 47 democrats charged under the national security law over their participation in primary election for the since-postponed Legislative Council election…

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