Students from Baptist University sing in memory of the Tiananmen Square protests of June 4, 1989, in Causeway Bay this year. Hongkongers continue to commemorate the events surrounding the crackdown each June, though discussion of the event is censored in mainland China. Photo: Robert Ng

If China halts free speech for students, will that stop them from having complaints?

  • Expulsion of Chinese student for ‘unpatriotic’ social media post reminds of the freedoms that Hongkongers have enjoyed
Topic |   Censorship

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Students from Baptist University sing in memory of the Tiananmen Square protests of June 4, 1989, in Causeway Bay this year. Hongkongers continue to commemorate the events surrounding the crackdown each June, though discussion of the event is censored in mainland China. Photo: Robert Ng
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