Police and protesters exchange tear gas and petrol bombs during the siege of Chinese University last November in Sha Tin. Photo: Sam Tsang
Police and protesters exchange tear gas and petrol bombs during the siege of Chinese University last November in Sha Tin. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong police, Education Bureau blast Chinese University student union post ‘glorifying’ violence during last year’s anti-government protests

  • The ‘Letter to Freshmen’ said the university kept its academic freedom because students ‘used their bodies to resist bullets and water cannon’
  • Police accused the student group of trying to ‘talk black into white, and glorifying and romanticising rioters’ violence’

Police and protesters exchange tear gas and petrol bombs during the siege of Chinese University last November in Sha Tin. Photo: Sam Tsang
Police and protesters exchange tear gas and petrol bombs during the siege of Chinese University last November in Sha Tin. Photo: Sam Tsang
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