After two years of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) National Security Law in Hong Kong, citizens’ lives have entirely changed. Hong Kongers are now immersed in a world of prohibitions, obedience, and repression due to the law that criminalizes any act of secession, subversion, or undermining the power or authority of the central government, among others. Since then, every inhabitant has been under suspicion of violating these provisions and is under the watchful eyes of the CCP.