Kevin Yeung, secretary for education, says universities need to improve their management and consider restricting entry following the occupation of campuses by protesters. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Education minister Kevin Yeung says Hong Kong universities need to consider reviewing security and restricting entry after radical protesters targeted campuses

  • He says universities need to find a balance between keeping campuses open and implementing access control, especially after the PolyU siege
  • Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung hopes the end of the PolyU incident will mark the resumption of peace in the city
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Kevin Yeung, secretary for education, says universities need to improve their management and consider restricting entry following the occupation of campuses by protesters. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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