Anti-government protesters set up roadblocks outside Chinese University in Sha Tin in preparation for clashes with riot police. Photo: Sam Tsan Anti-government protesters set up roadblocks outside Chinese University in Sha Tin in preparation for clashes with riot police. Photo: Sam Tsan
Anti-government protesters set up roadblocks outside Chinese University in Sha Tin in preparation for clashes with riot police. Photo: Sam Tsan

Hong Kong protests: officials withdraw HK$250 million in funding requests for two universities after disquiet at lack of control over campuses voiced by pro-government lawmakers

  • Lawmakers told funding requests to be withdrawn for two projects related to medical facilities at University of Hong Kong and Chinese University
  • University campuses have recently become latest battlefields in the political unrest rocking Hong Kong

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Anti-government protesters set up roadblocks outside Chinese University in Sha Tin in preparation for clashes with riot police. Photo: Sam Tsan Anti-government protesters set up roadblocks outside Chinese University in Sha Tin in preparation for clashes with riot police. Photo: Sam Tsan
Anti-government protesters set up roadblocks outside Chinese University in Sha Tin in preparation for clashes with riot police. Photo: Sam Tsan
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