Did this really happen, or is it dubbed? Glory to Hong Kong played as city’s anthem at a rugby tournament in South Korea. The government issues a ‘strongly deploring’ statement demanding a ‘full and in-depth investigation’ – so it seems it did. The vacant-but-solemn looks on the players’ faces suggest they had no idea anything was amiss. (One of those accidental slip-ups, presumably. How do events organizers pick anthems? Do the teams email an mp3?)
Financial Secretary meanwhile bemoans the state of the economy. How much of the government’s HK$100 billion deficit comprises expenditure on quarantine camps, compulsory testing and other (allegedly) pointless Covid outlays?
How Mainlanders avoid online censorship by criticizing government Covid policies in Cantonese.