Hong Kong has been rocked by four months of anti-government protests. Photo: Winson Wong

Nearly a third of Hong Kong protesters arrested over past four months of unrest aged under 18, city’s No 2 official reveals, calling trend ‘heartbreaking’

  • Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung also insists government is not trying to wipe out protests altogether with its controversial anti-mask law
  • Radicals have dismantled 42km (26 miles) of railings, dug up 2,600 square metres (28,000 sq ft) of paving bricks and smashed around a fifth of traffic lights, officials say
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Hong Kong has been rocked by four months of anti-government protests. Photo: Winson Wong
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Students at St Paul’s College in Mid-Levels dress in black and wave a “revolutionary” flag. Photo: Robert Ng

Hong Kong protests: students from at least two elite schools wave US and revolutionary flags on campus while others wear black for Dress Casual Day

  • About 100 students from Shatin Tsung Tsin Secondary School gather on basketball court and staircases, belting out popular protest anthem Glory to Hong Kong
  • At St Paul’s College in Mid-Levels, about 200 students sing same song, accompanied by members of the school band playing trombones, trumpets and euphoniums
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Students at St Paul’s College in Mid-Levels dress in black and wave a “revolutionary” flag. Photo: Robert Ng
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