A member of the team of officers from the Hong Kong police’s national security unit that arrived at Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 20 to investigate a student protest the previous day. Photo: Dickson Lee A member of the team of officers from the Hong Kong police’s national security unit that arrived at Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 20 to investigate a student protest the previous day. Photo: Dickson Lee
A member of the team of officers from the Hong Kong police’s national security unit that arrived at Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 20 to investigate a student protest the previous day. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | Chinese University let down students with shocking decision to call police

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
A member of the team of officers from the Hong Kong police’s national security unit that arrived at Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 20 to investigate a student protest the previous day. Photo: Dickson Lee A member of the team of officers from the Hong Kong police’s national security unit that arrived at Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 20 to investigate a student protest the previous day. Photo: Dickson Lee
A member of the team of officers from the Hong Kong police’s national security unit that arrived at Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 20 to investigate a student protest the previous day. Photo: Dickson Lee
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