Hong Kong’s Lennon Walls Go Blank to Protest China’s National Security Law

Hong Kong’s “Lennon Walls” were symbols of protests. With China’s national securitylLaw in place, the colorful sticky notes are being swapped with blank paper. The blank notes have been posted in response to a new national security law introduced in the city which makes political views, slogans and signs advocating Hong Kong independence or liberation illegal.

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