> The Education Secretary, no less, has said on radio that “Glory to Hong Kong” should not be played in schools because it is “propaganda.” The song “Love the Basic Law,” on the other hand, is allowed because it is “rule of law education.” This is the sort of thing you get when you put an accountant in charge of education.

That was the month *before* the #HKNSL


@katie Just like how protesters have used the Chinese national anthem and quotes from Mao to make pointed commentary, I think they could appropriate "Hong Kong Will Always Have You" (official English meh translyricisation "Just Because You Are Here"), commissioned for the 10-years Handover anniversary, as a protest song.

It is very corny but very catchy.
@katie Actually just putting those two versions of the title in sequence is pretty pointed commentary already.
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