Chinese University of Hong Kong students queue to have their temperature checked before sitting an exam at their campus in Sha Tin on April 3. Class disruptions have greatly affected campus life since last September. Photo: Nora Tam Chinese University of Hong Kong students queue to have their temperature checked before sitting an exam at their campus in Sha Tin on April 3. Class disruptions have greatly affected campus life since last September. Photo: Nora Tam
Chinese University of Hong Kong students queue to have their temperature checked before sitting an exam at their campus in Sha Tin on April 3. Class disruptions have greatly affected campus life since last September. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Why Hong Kong should offer cash handouts to non-local students and ease immigration rules

  • Granting a partial refund on tuition fees, to make up for class disruption due to the protests and coronavirus outbreak, is a good suggestion, but would not go far enough
  • Non-local students would also need to stay on longer to find a job amid a recession

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Chinese University of Hong Kong students queue to have their temperature checked before sitting an exam at their campus in Sha Tin on April 3. Class disruptions have greatly affected campus life since last September. Photo: Nora Tam Chinese University of Hong Kong students queue to have their temperature checked before sitting an exam at their campus in Sha Tin on April 3. Class disruptions have greatly affected campus life since last September. Photo: Nora Tam
Chinese University of Hong Kong students queue to have their temperature checked before sitting an exam at their campus in Sha Tin on April 3. Class disruptions have greatly affected campus life since last September. Photo: Nora Tam
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