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

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