Barriers are set at the entrance to Polytechnic University, which has upped security since the anti-government protests there last year. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Barriers are set at the entrance to Polytechnic University, which has upped security since the anti-government protests there last year. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Barriers are set at the entrance to Polytechnic University, which has upped security since the anti-government protests there last year. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong protests

Tightened security, unease over new national security law, as Hong Kong campuses mark first anniversary of protest violence

  • PolyU calls off screening of TV documentary on campus siege; Chinese University advises students not to break law
  • Violent clashes between radical protesters, police during siege of PolyU a vivid memory for witnesses

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Barriers are set at the entrance to Polytechnic University, which has upped security since the anti-government protests there last year. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Barriers are set at the entrance to Polytechnic University, which has upped security since the anti-government protests there last year. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Barriers are set at the entrance to Polytechnic University, which has upped security since the anti-government protests there last year. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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