Riot police fire tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters from the road in front of Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 11. Photo: Felix WongRiot police fire tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters from the road in front of Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 11. Photo: Felix Wong
Riot police fire tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters from the road in front of Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 11. Photo: Felix Wong

Chinese University to spend HK$70 million to fix campus facilities and repair its buses damaged during vandalism by radical protesters in November 2019

  • Repair or replacement of 75 buses meant to transport students and employees will cost the university HK$30 million
  • PolyU is yet to announce its repair costs, while CityU earlier said its restoration costs would reach a nine-digit figure

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Riot police fire tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters from the road in front of Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 11. Photo: Felix WongRiot police fire tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters from the road in front of Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 11. Photo: Felix Wong
Riot police fire tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters from the road in front of Chinese University in Sha Tin on November 11. Photo: Felix Wong
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