VARSITY CHIEFS AVOID POLITICS AS THEY HELP ARRESTED STUDENTS

Sophie Hui Heads of eight university councils issued a joint statement yesterday saying that assistance provided by universities to arrested students and staff members do not represent any support for their political views. The statement was issued under the names of Arthur Li Kwok-cheung of the...

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