China’s highest court, the Supreme People’s Court, issued a long list of new laws and amendments on Oct. 30, that cover everything from identity theft to the transport of substances used to make illegal drugs. High on the list (link in Chinese) is a terse new law, banning people from “forcing [someone] to wear terrorist, extremist clothing.”
That is all the law says, but the nationalist, state-backed tabloid Global Times provided possible explanation on Nov. 2 in the form of a long article quoting Chinese scholars and terrorism experts interpreting the law.
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