Graffiti on a building on the Baptist University campus is covered up. Young people and students have a right to express their opinions, and to speak out when they think something is wrong. But they need to do it within particular boundaries, with basic manners. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Hong Kong is not alone in the trend of intolerant youth

Bernard Chan says in the US, too, university campuses have become more intolerant of different views. Students’ changing expectations also mean some see their university as a service provider that should give them – the consumers – exactly what they want

Topic |   Hong Kong Baptist University protest

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Graffiti on a building on the Baptist University campus is covered up. Young people and students have a right to express their opinions, and to speak out when they think something is wrong. But they need to do it within particular boundaries, with basic manners. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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