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If, however, the veil is being worn for religious reasons, different considerations apply, not least because Article 15 of the Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance guarantees an individual’s right “to manifest his religion” – though this is not absolute.
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Hong Kong underwear brand may drop campaign involving six-year-old Celine … – South China Morning Post (subscription)
Hong Kong underwear brand may drop campaign involving six-year-old Celine …South China Morning Post (subscription)A famous clothing brand may drop an advertising campaign involving a six-year-old model after pictures of the girl in underwear it provided sparked massive controversy at the Hong Kong Book Fair. Bosses at Hong Kong-based Chicks were left …and more …read […]