Students at Chinese University call for the government to accept their demands at a rally on the Sha Tin campus. Photo: Dickson Lee Students at Chinese University call for the government to accept their demands at a rally on the Sha Tin campus. Photo: Dickson Lee
Students at Chinese University call for the government to accept their demands at a rally on the Sha Tin campus. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong protests: Chinese University welcoming event for new starters turns into anti-government rally

  • About 1,000 attend orientation day, many wearing helmets, masks and other protest movement accessories
  • Organisers of event initially designed to help newcomers settle into university life say two-week class boycott will start on Monday

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Students at Chinese University call for the government to accept their demands at a rally on the Sha Tin campus. Photo: Dickson Lee Students at Chinese University call for the government to accept their demands at a rally on the Sha Tin campus. Photo: Dickson Lee
Students at Chinese University call for the government to accept their demands at a rally on the Sha Tin campus. Photo: Dickson Lee
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