One or two Asian neighbors apparently still have to get used to the new political customs in Hong Kong (China.Table reported). At the “Asia 7” rugby tournament in Incheon, South Korea, a piquant mix-up occurred on Sunday. Before the final between the hosts and Hong Kong’s representative, the now officially outlawed “Glory to Hong Kong” sounded from the loudspeakers in honor of the away team instead of the Chinese national anthem. Hong Kong protesters sang the song during the 2019 protests as a sign of their own identity.
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