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Protesting March Against Article 23 in Hong Kong (photo 1)

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A pregnant woman who teaches in a public school said, “Article 23 will have a very negative impact on the next generation. Teachers’ expression will be restricted and accused of being subversive. No one will dare to speak freely.”

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