Hong Kong’s Central Asian students feel the heat of extradition bill protests

//Hong Kong’s Central Asian students feel the heat of extradition bill protests

Hong Kong’s Central Asian students feel the heat of extradition bill protests

Since protests against Hong Kong’s extradition bill began in June, student Rustam Juraev’s parents have been calling him from Tajikistan three times a day to make sure he is safe.“Each time my parents see the news, they call me to make sure I’m fine. They call me three times a day to check on me and warn me to avoid crowds and stay away from protests, ” said the 18-year-old who is studying applied economics at Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU).The weekly protests, which on some occasions had…

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