According to Shanghaiist (http://shanghaiist.com), disrespecting the Chinese national anthem will soon be a criminal offense in Hong Kong.
The act is already illegal in China and punishable by up to 15 days in prison with the possibility of further criminal charges being added.
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The law is thought to be implemented to combat widespread disrespect of the anthem at Hong Kong football matches, where large groups of fans have protested by turning their backs and booing while the anthem is played.
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