Key appointments at HKU, founded in 1911, often capture public attention because it is a storied institution with a reputation for academic freedom. Photo: Sam Tsang Key appointments at HKU, founded in 1911, often capture public attention because it is a storied institution with a reputation for academic freedom. Photo: Sam Tsang
Key appointments at HKU, founded in 1911, often capture public attention because it is a storied institution with a reputation for academic freedom. Photo: Sam Tsang

Letters | China is not the real problem with Hong Kong university’s latest appointments

  • While the nationality of the two appointees and the possibility that one of them might be a Communist Party member has aroused controversy, what is actually troubling is that the University of Hong Kong’s senior management will be entirely male and skewed towards the applied sciences

Topic |   Universities in Hong Kong
Key appointments at HKU, founded in 1911, often capture public attention because it is a storied institution with a reputation for academic freedom. Photo: Sam Tsang Key appointments at HKU, founded in 1911, often capture public attention because it is a storied institution with a reputation for academic freedom. Photo: Sam Tsang
Key appointments at HKU, founded in 1911, often capture public attention because it is a storied institution with a reputation for academic freedom. Photo: Sam Tsang
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