Chinese University to spend HK$70 million to fix campus facilities and repair its buses damaged during vandalism by radical protesters in November 2019

//Chinese University to spend HK$70 million to fix campus facilities and repair its buses damaged during vandalism by radical protesters in November 2019

Chinese University to spend HK$70 million to fix campus facilities and repair its buses damaged during vandalism by radical protesters in November 2019

Chinese University plans to fork out HK$70 million (US$9 million) to fix campus facilities and repair its buses that were severely damaged during vandalism by radical anti-government protesters in November.The university in Sha Tin was one of the campuses that suffered the most damage when radicals entered at least six publicly-funded universities – including Polytechnic University (PolyU) and City University (CityU) – during protests that month.The PolyU campus in Hung Hom, the scene of a 13…

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