Anti-government slogans on a footpath in the Baptist University’s Kowloon Tong campus on January 13, as a new term begins at the university in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Protests and coronavirus in Hong Kong: students who can’t go to class deserve partial refund on fees

  • First the anti-extradition protests then the coronavirus outbreak put paid to much of in-person teaching
  • Hong Kong universities should compensate students for the lost opportunities in using campus facilities and interaction with faculty members
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Anti-government slogans on a footpath in the Baptist University’s Kowloon Tong campus on January 13, as a new term begins at the university in Hong Kong. Photo: Felix Wong
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