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Hong Kong protesters sing and boo China anthem

BBC News Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
A football match saw the Chinese anthem booed while singing protests took over shopping malls.
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News video: Hundreds gather to sing protest 'anthem' at Hong Kong shopping mall

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Hundreds of people gathered at a shopping mall in Sha Tin district in Hong Kong to sing the protest anthem "Glory to Hong Kong" on Wednesday (September 11). The song was composed by a local musician who goes by the name Thomas dgx yhl and a group of Hong Kong netizens. Hong Kong protesters also...

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