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Protesting March Against Article 23 in Hong Kong (photo 4)
AFAR
12/15/2002



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Members of the Falun Gong spiritual movement joined the protests against Article 23. Under the policy of "one country, two systems", Falun Gong is legal in Hong Kong. Yet many have complained that their right to express themselves has been infringed upon due to pressure from Beijing. Most Hong Kong residents fear that such restrictions will apply widely to everyone soon with the installation of this anti-subversive bill or Article 23.

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