Flowers and paper cranes are placed at the car park in Tseung Kwan O where Chow Tsz-lok fell. Photo: Winson Wong
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Death of student calls for a show of respect, not more violence

  • Our first thoughts should be with the family and friends of Chow Tsz-lok as a transparent investigation is conducted into his passing in a city that has been polarised enough by political conflict

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Flowers and paper cranes are placed at the car park in Tseung Kwan O where Chow Tsz-lok fell. Photo: Winson Wong
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Students held a vigil for their fellow HKUST undergraduate Chow Tsz-lok earlier this week. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong student who suffered severe brain injury after car park fall has died

  • Chow Tsz-lok fell from third to second floor of Sheung Tak Estate car park in the early hours of Monday
  • Hong Kong University of Science and Technology urges students to ‘stay calm and exercise restraint during this difficult moment’
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Students held a vigil for their fellow HKUST undergraduate Chow Tsz-lok earlier this week. Photo: Felix Wong
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