The University station still reeks of the stench of burnt plastic. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong protests: repairs of University station will be similar to rebuilding the whole facility, MTR official says

  • The station, which has remained closed since last Tuesday, will continue to be out of bounds in the near future
  • Tony Lee, deputy operations director of the MTR Corporation, urges people to stop vandalising railway facilities
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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The University station still reeks of the stench of burnt plastic. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Temporary metal sheets cover glass panels at HKU station. Photo: Edmond So

About 50 MTR station entrances to become fortresses to defend against further vandalism by Hong Kong protesters

  • Concern group and staff union pour cold water on protective measures, calling for political solutions and end to ‘de facto curfew’ instead
  • Embattled rail operator is being targeted by radicals accusing it of colluding with police and bowing to Beijing
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Temporary metal sheets cover glass panels at HKU station. Photo: Edmond So
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