Hong Kong protests: police called over Chinese University demonstration after slogans chanted in ‘breach of national security law’

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Hong Kong protests: police called over Chinese University demonstration after slogans chanted in ‘breach of national security law’

The Chinese University of Hong Kong called police on Thursday over a campus protest at which separatist slogans repeatedly declared illegal under the national security law were chanted.More than 100 people heeded online calls to demonstrate at the university’s Sha Tin site against management’s decision last week to move graduation ceremonies online.Some of those were heard to call for Hong Kong independence and liberation, using phrases the local government earlier said fell foul of the Beijing…

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