Wei Shyy visited Queen Elizabeth Hospital to see second year student Chow Tsz-lok. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

HKUST president Wei Shyy vows to condemn police violence if officers are proven to have violated tear gas rules around time his student fell and suffered severe brain injury

  • Chow Tsz-lok, a second year computer science undergraduate, suffered severe brain injury after he was reported to have fallen in car park
  • Family members, friends, schoolmates and strangers visit hospital to offer their sympathies
Topic |   Universities in Hong Kong

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Wei Shyy visited Queen Elizabeth Hospital to see second year student Chow Tsz-lok. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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Students pray for Chow Tsz-Lok, who suffered a serious brain injury in a fall in a car park in Tseung Kwan O. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong university student injured during car park fall fighting for his life as two tests find him unresponsive

  • Computer science undergraduate Chow Tsz-lok had no response in tests on pupil reflexes and breathing without machine – both linked to brain function impairment
  • Chow reported to have fallen from third to second floor of a car park in Tseung Kwan O as police carried out dispersion operation nearby
Topic |   Hong Kong youth

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Students pray for Chow Tsz-Lok, who suffered a serious brain injury in a fall in a car park in Tseung Kwan O. Photo: Felix Wong
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