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
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’

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
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
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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