National security virtual expo updated

July 10, 2024
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The updated National Security Law online virtual exhibition includes comics and animations to promote national security education in an interesting and lively way.

Marking the fourth anniversary of the implementation of the National Security Law (NSL), the Security Bureau today launched the updated NSL online virtual exhibition with enriched content and new additions.


There are nine zones in the updated virtual exhibition.


In addition to the content related to the NSL, a new virtual exhibition hall has been added to introduce the features and main offences of the Safeguarding National Security Ordinance which took effect upon gazettal in March.


Supplemented with simple and easy-to-understand questions and answers, information in the hall will enable members of the public to understand more fully the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region’s legal system and enforcement mechanisms in safeguarding national security.


The updated exhibition continues to use the Hong Kong Palace Museum embellished with Chinese cultural elements as its virtual background, with the Security Bureau's mascot Security Bear joining to accompany visitors during the tour to enhance their enjoyment.


In addition, the virtual exhibition has launched for the first time, serialised national security-themed comics and animations, illustrating the importance of safeguarding national security and law-abiding awareness in an easy-to-understand manner.


Visitors, especially youth, can also gain more relevant knowledge through mini-games featuring the Security Bear.


The exhibition also covers information on the importance of the NSL, the legal system and enforcement mechanisms, major provisions and effectiveness, the work of various disciplined forces in safeguarding national security, reference materials and the winning entries of the Let's Join Hands in Safeguarding National Security Programme.


Launched in July 2021, the NSL online virtual exhibition has registered more than 580,000 visits thus far.

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