Hong Kong's Olympic delegation on Monday came to the defence of a badminton player who was criticised by Chinese nationalist politicians for wearing a black T-shirt at the Tokyo Games . Angus Ng Ka-long found himself pulled into a political controversy following his first group match in Tokyo on Saturday. Ng wore a simple black T-shirt with his initials and the words "Hong Kong, China" during the match. Black T-shirts are sometimes associated with Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement. Other Hong Kong players wore their official outfits that are sponsored by Yonnex and contain the city's emblem. Two nationalist politicians criticised Ng's outfit as unpatriotic, with one of them remarking that black was a colour of the democracy movement. Ng countered that his clothing was not a political statement, adding that he was no longer sponsored by Yonnex and that it met all the competition requirements. Two senior management members of Hong Kong's Olympic team defended Ng and . . .