Staff and students faced new security measures when entering the universities for the new term. Photo: Felix Wong Staff and students faced new security measures when entering the universities for the new term. Photo: Felix Wong
Staff and students faced new security measures when entering the universities for the new term. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong universities start new term still scarred by protest havoc, leaving some students mulling city exit

  • Security strengthened at Polytechnic, City and Baptist universities for return to studies, but some facilities still being repaired
  • Campuses became battlegrounds between riot police and hard-core demonstrators in November, in some of worst violence since protests erupted last June

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Staff and students faced new security measures when entering the universities for the new term. Photo: Felix Wong Staff and students faced new security measures when entering the universities for the new term. Photo: Felix Wong
Staff and students faced new security measures when entering the universities for the new term. Photo: Felix Wong
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