Clashes break out between riot police and students exchanging tear gas and petrol bombs at the Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 12. Photo: Felix Wong
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

Hong Kong’s protests have descended into savagery – with university campuses leading the charge

  • What began as a broad and impressive protest movement has become a hate-driven mob. Even our university campuses have been turned into weapons factories and police states – except protesters are running them

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Clashes break out between riot police and students exchanging tear gas and petrol bombs at the Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 12. Photo: Felix Wong
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Anti-government protesters set up roadblocks at the entrance of Chinese University. Photo: Sam Tsang

With an on-campus kitchen, a production line making petrol bombs and a training camp to practise throwing them, Chinese University has become a base for Hong Kong’s radical protesters

  • Two days on from vicious clashes between protesters and police, scenic campus overlooking Tolo Harbour has become a stronghold for activists
  • Campus landscape has levelled playing field in ‘war with police’, one frontline protester says, while other universities in Hong Kong are starting to take note
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Anti-government protesters set up roadblocks at the entrance of Chinese University. Photo: Sam Tsang
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