Since it was first enacted earlier this year, Beijing’s controversial national security law has impacted politicians, activists, journalists and everyday life in Hong Kong. The law seems to be intentionally opaque, giving the security forces the power to arrest people for a host of ill-defined breaches. Combined with pandemic laws against gatherings, they form a formidable tightening on the city’s freedoms.
Can you navigate your way through Hong Kong’s national security law?
Thank you for doing our quiz. There are no prizes. We hope it was an interesting way for you to find out more about the broad and sweeping way in which the authorities have been using the national security law to clampdown on freedom in Hong Kong.