Some using the most popular crossing point, Lo Wu, were unable to start school yesterday. They now face a wait of up to two weeks for Lok Ma Chau. Photo: SCMPSome using the most popular crossing point, Lo Wu, were unable to start school yesterday. They now face a wait of up to two weeks for Lok Ma Chau. Photo: SCMP
Some using the most popular crossing point, Lo Wu, were unable to start school yesterday. They now face a wait of up to two weeks for Lok Ma Chau. Photo: SCMP

Lo Wu closed-border quota upsets parents of children studying in city

Mainlanders whose children study in Hong Kong left scrambling for school bus permits as Lo Wu keeps limit on passes

Some using the most popular crossing point, Lo Wu, were unable to start school yesterday. They now face a wait of up to two weeks for Lok Ma Chau. Photo: SCMPSome using the most popular crossing point, Lo Wu, were unable to start school yesterday. They now face a wait of up to two weeks for Lok Ma Chau. Photo: SCMP
Some using the most popular crossing point, Lo Wu, were unable to start school yesterday. They now face a wait of up to two weeks for Lok Ma Chau. Photo: SCMP
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