Chan Tung-shing, 18, was sentenced to a correctional facility at West Kowloon Court on Tuesday for his actions at a November protest. Photo: Felix Wong Chan Tung-shing, 18, was sentenced to a correctional facility at West Kowloon Court on Tuesday for his actions at a November protest. Photo: Felix Wong
Chan Tung-shing, 18, was sentenced to a correctional facility at West Kowloon Court on Tuesday for his actions at a November protest. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong protests: magistrate sticks to appeal court guidelines on ‘deterrence’ in sending university student to correctional facility

  • In sending Chan Tung-shing, 18, to a rehabilitation centre, Magistrate Norton Pang said he was ‘absolutely bound’ to adhere to recent higher court decision
  • The teen was found guilty of blocking roads and possessing Allen keys with the intent of using them to injure others at a November 13 protest

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Chan Tung-shing, 18, was sentenced to a correctional facility at West Kowloon Court on Tuesday for his actions at a November protest. Photo: Felix Wong Chan Tung-shing, 18, was sentenced to a correctional facility at West Kowloon Court on Tuesday for his actions at a November protest. Photo: Felix Wong
Chan Tung-shing, 18, was sentenced to a correctional facility at West Kowloon Court on Tuesday for his actions at a November protest. Photo: Felix Wong
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