On August 20, Huang Zhifeng said on his personal social platform that he had received complaints from Apple store employees that the company had conducted a political review on employees’ mask styles and employee card designs, including banning employees from wearing yellow or Hong Kong emblazoned masks. In his post, Huang Zhifeng said in his post that apple, as a multinational company with American capital, conducted political censorship to cater to a small number of mainland employees and customers, “which is quite excessive.”. He also asked Apple Hong Kong to give an account as soon as possible, and threatened that if the situation continues, “it will attract international media attention, and I believe that the U.S. headquarters will respond soon.”. However, according to Hong Kong media reports, apple did not put forward relevant requirements for its employees. Some people familiar with the matter pointed out that there are still employees in the apple store who wear yellow masks, and there are no political restrictions on their clothes. They only require employees not to have too many large-scale patterns and slogans in their trousers and shoes except for the blue T-shirts used as uniforms. Even if there are those who do not meet the requirements, they will only make polite suggestions.