Rocky Tuan (centre) meets Chinese University students on November 12. Photo: Sam Tsang

Chinese University president Rocky Tuan, who was tear-gassed during attempt to mediate between protesters and police, returns to work after days in hospital

  • Tuan says he is now ‘fully engaged’ in his responsibilities after care from city’s medical professionals
  • In open letter to students and university staff, Tuan also apologises for disruption to work and studies after campus evacuation
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Rocky Tuan (centre) meets Chinese University students on November 12. Photo: Sam Tsang
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A total of 3,989 petrol bombs, 1,339 pieces of explosives and 601 bottles of corrosive liquid were found at PolyU. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong protests: more petrol bombs and offensive weapons found at Polytechnic University on Sunday

  • University alerted police and firefighters on Sunday, when a further 41 petrol bombs and other weapons were uncovered
  • Police and firefighters, who had to suspend operations because of protests near the campus, plan to continue their work on Monday
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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A total of 3,989 petrol bombs, 1,339 pieces of explosives and 601 bottles of corrosive liquid were found at PolyU. Photo: Sam Tsang
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