The Hong Kong Baseball Association issued a statement today (15th), pointing out that someone uploaded on YouTube 12 years ago, that is, the 2010 Intercontinental Cup. "March of the Volunteers" was revised into the 2019 anti-extradition song "Glory to Hong Kong". The Baseball Association strongly condemned the incident and has reported the incident to the Hong Kong Association and Olympic Committee, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and several baseball associations , and has sought assistance from the police under the instructions of the HKSF and Olympic Committee.
Searching related videos, the uploader wrote "KUSO (spoof)" in the title of the video, and also uploaded a video of the same intercontinental competition, but the content is the Taiwanese version of "May Glory", and the title also has the word "KUSO" .
The Baseball Association issued a solemn statement today, pointing out that it received news on the evening of Tuesday (13th) that someone uploaded a video on YouTube on the 14th of last month to modify the time when the Hong Kong Men’s Baseball Team participated in the 17th Intercontinental Cup in Taiwan in 2010. , the national anthem of the People's Republic of China played in line before the match between the Chinese team and the Hong Kong team.
The Baseball Federation reported the incident to the Hong Kong Federation of Hong Kong and Olympic Committee, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, the World Baseball and Softball Federation, the Asian Baseball Federation and the Intercontinental Cup organizer, the Republic of China Baseball Association, on Tuesday.
The baseball club strongly condemned the incident, and has followed the instructions of the Hong Kong Association and Olympic Committee to call the police for help, and has provided further information to the police to assist in the investigation.
According to the information provided by the National Basketball Association, the original video was released by Taiwan Weilai Sports Station on October 25, 2010. That day was the 17th Intercontinental Cup. "National Anthem of the Republic", when the national anthem of the Hong Kong team was played, the correct national anthem "March of the Volunteers" was played.
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The day after Qilan broadcast the wrong national anthem incident, some netizens uploaded a spoof version
After the video was edited, it was uploaded to Youtube by a netizen on November 14, the day after Qilan broadcast the wrong national anthem incident.
In the modified video, the Chinese national anthem was changed to the anti-revision song "May Glory", the title is "Hong Kong National Anthem (KUSO) National Anthem of Hong Kong (Hong Kong protest songs)", and "KUSO" (that is, spoof) is written The words are also marked in English with the Hong Kong national anthem and the Hong Kong demonstration song. The clip has been uploaded and has been clicked and played 11,000 times.
On the same day, the account also published a video titled "Taiwanese Sing Hong Kong National Anthem (KUSO) in Taiwanese - May Glory to Hong Kong National Anthem of Hong Kong (Taiwanese) (Hong Kong protest songs)", which is also a clip of the Intercontinental Competition. And the Hong Kong regional flag was filmed throughout. At the beginning, someone said "May Glory to Hong Kong" in Mandarin, and then played the Taiwanese version of "May Glory".
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