Stephen Cheung, president of Education University, speaks on Wednesday at the EdU campus in Tai Po. He urged the government to communicate with students. Photo: Nora Tam Stephen Cheung, president of Education University, speaks on Wednesday at the EdU campus in Tai Po. He urged the government to communicate with students. Photo: Nora Tam
Stephen Cheung, president of Education University, speaks on Wednesday at the EdU campus in Tai Po. He urged the government to communicate with students. Photo: Nora Tam

Presidents of government-funded universities step up calls for Chief Executive Carrie Lam to meet demands of extradition protesters

  • Wei Shyy, head of the University of Science and Technology, calls on government to launch an independent inquiry
  • And Stephen Cheung, the head of Education University, says city administration should declare complete withdrawal of extradition bill

Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Stephen Cheung, president of Education University, speaks on Wednesday at the EdU campus in Tai Po. He urged the government to communicate with students. Photo: Nora Tam Stephen Cheung, president of Education University, speaks on Wednesday at the EdU campus in Tai Po. He urged the government to communicate with students. Photo: Nora Tam
Stephen Cheung, president of Education University, speaks on Wednesday at the EdU campus in Tai Po. He urged the government to communicate with students. Photo: Nora Tam
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