Dorinda Chan (left), the director of student affairs at the Open University, and Professor Tong Chong-sze, the vice president of administration and development, speak to student protesters on Friday. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Open University pushes back on Hong Kong police after officers allegedly arrive unannounced on campus to body search student

  • By student union’s account, officers responding to insults chased a student into the Ho Man Tin campus and conducted a body search
  • President Wong Yuk-shan tells students he ‘would never want any law enforcement officers to enter the campus under normal circumstances’
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Dorinda Chan (left), the director of student affairs at the Open University, and Professor Tong Chong-sze, the vice president of administration and development, speak to student protesters on Friday. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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A Chinese University forum was an emotional event for students on Thursday. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong student who accused police of sexual violence against protesters has taken legal advice and plans further action

  • Chinese University student Sonia Ng removes mask at forum and alleges that police subjected her and others to sexual violence
  • She had previously alleged anonymously that a policeman hit her breasts while she was being detained
Topic |   Hong Kong courts

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A Chinese University forum was an emotional event for students on Thursday. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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