Hong Kong security law prompts ‘yellow’ cafe to clear opposition Post-it notes from Lennon wall

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Hong Kong security law prompts ‘yellow’ cafe to clear opposition Post-it notes from Lennon wall” – below is their description.

    For nearly a year, many so-called yellow shops in Hong Kong allowed customers who backed anti-government protests in the city to write messages of support on Post-it notes and stick them on the walls of the establishments. But since June 2020, when Chinese mainland authorities imposed a national security law on the city, some restaurants and stores have cleared their so-called Lennon walls. The owner of one “yellow” cafe in the city told the Post about what he sees as the intangible impact of the new legislation on his business. (Photo: K. Y. Cheng) Support us: https://subscribe.scmp.com

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