Protesters leave the Kong Polytechnic University campus on November 19, after an over 10-day long siege. Photo: ReutersProtesters leave the Kong Polytechnic University campus on November 19, after an over 10-day long siege. Photo: Reuters
Protesters leave the Kong Polytechnic University campus on November 19, after an over 10-day long siege. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Throughout the protests, Hong Kong’s government, universities and police have been reasonable

  • The anti-mask law was rooted in a policing need and the police force has provided explanations for its more controversial actions
  • While universities have allowed students to express their opinions, to protect politically neutral students, activism has no place on campuses

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Protesters leave the Kong Polytechnic University campus on November 19, after an over 10-day long siege. Photo: ReutersProtesters leave the Kong Polytechnic University campus on November 19, after an over 10-day long siege. Photo: Reuters
Protesters leave the Kong Polytechnic University campus on November 19, after an over 10-day long siege. Photo: Reuters
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