Roland Chin wrote that the university was ‘deeply concerned’ about the student’s arrest. Photo: Edward Wong

Baptist University raises concerns over student reporter arrested for allegedly carrying a knife while covering Hong Kong unrest

  • Third-year journalism student was arrested for carrying a table knife, which he said was for cutting mooncakes
  • Vice chancellor Roland Chin urges police ‘to ensure the case is handled properly and fairly’, while student march demands university leadership condemns the force
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Roland Chin wrote that the university was ‘deeply concerned’ about the student’s arrest. Photo: Edward Wong
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