Students at St Paul’s College in Mid-Levels dress in black and wave a “revolutionary” flag. Photo: Robert Ng

Hong Kong protests: students from at least two elite schools wave US and revolutionary flags on campus while others wear black for Dress Casual Day

  • About 100 students from Shatin Tsung Tsin Secondary School gather on basketball court and staircases, belting out popular protest anthem Glory to Hong Kong
  • At St Paul’s College in Mid-Levels, about 200 students sing same song, accompanied by members of the school band playing trombones, trumpets and euphoniums
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Students at St Paul’s College in Mid-Levels dress in black and wave a “revolutionary” flag. Photo: Robert Ng
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Students at Chinese University on Thursday demand to speak with school officials about arrested classmates. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong protest crisis extends to schools with student actions at Chinese University, Mong Kok secondary school and college attended by shooting victim

  • At S.K.H. All Saints’ Middle School, about 50 students, alumni and students from nearby schools gathered to denounce the handling of a singing battle
  • And at Chinese University, more than 100 students storm faculty building demanding to speak with the vice chancellor
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Students at Chinese University on Thursday demand to speak with school officials about arrested classmates. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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