Hong Kong disciplined services training schools open to public

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April 15 marked the first National Security Education Day since the implementation of the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Safeguarding National Security in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region in late June last year. The colleges of five disciplined services of the HKSAR government, including the Hong Kong Police Force, Fire Services, Correctional Services, Customs and Excise, and Immigration, held an Open Day and performed Chinese People’s Liberation Army-style foot drills. #HongKongSAR

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