Members of Chinese University’s student union hold a news conference in February. Photo: Reuters Members of Chinese University’s student union hold a news conference in February. Photo: Reuters
Members of Chinese University’s student union hold a news conference in February. Photo: Reuters

Explainer |
What does Chinese University’s move to cut ties with student union mean for civil rights movement in Hong Kong?

  • Officials and pro-establishment supporters have grown increasingly frustrated with behaviour of city’s students
  • Some fear other universities could follow suit as means of stopping students from speaking up

Topic |   Universities in Hong Kong
Members of Chinese University’s student union hold a news conference in February. Photo: Reuters Members of Chinese University’s student union hold a news conference in February. Photo: Reuters
Members of Chinese University’s student union hold a news conference in February. Photo: Reuters
READ FULL ARTICLE