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Hong Kong jails first person for insulting national anthem

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A Hong Konger who waved a colonial-era flag while watching a public broadcast of the Tokyo Olympics became the first person to be jailed for insulting China's national anthem, local media reported on Thursday (Nov 10).
Published 3 months ago · Hong Kong

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