HKU staff and students stage a silent protest against the governing council's decision not to appoint Johannes Chan as a pro-vice-chancellor. Photo: Reuters HKU staff and students stage a silent protest against the governing council's decision not to appoint Johannes Chan as a pro-vice-chancellor. Photo: Reuters
HKU staff and students stage a silent protest against the governing council's decision not to appoint Johannes Chan as a pro-vice-chancellor. Photo: Reuters

University of Hong Kong council's weak argument for not appointing Johannes Chan only fuelled the criticism

Choi Chee-cheong says if the university council had acknowledged the politics behind its decision on Johannes Chan, the reaction may have been milder

Topic |   HKU council controversy
HKU staff and students stage a silent protest against the governing council's decision not to appoint Johannes Chan as a pro-vice-chancellor. Photo: Reuters HKU staff and students stage a silent protest against the governing council's decision not to appoint Johannes Chan as a pro-vice-chancellor. Photo: Reuters
HKU staff and students stage a silent protest against the governing council's decision not to appoint Johannes Chan as a pro-vice-chancellor. Photo: Reuters
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