How the Chinese University of Hong Kong was set up for students who couldn’t get into HKU

//How the Chinese University of Hong Kong was set up for students who couldn’t get into HKU

How the Chinese University of Hong Kong was set up for students who couldn’t get into HKU

“Great possibilities of new Chinese university,” ran a South China Morning Post headline on July 10, 1962.“It can do great things for China and for the world. Chinese culture is the world’s oldest and largest […] Within this area Hongkong is one place – some would say, the one place – where true academic freedom is possible,” Holmes H. Welch, an American scholar of Buddhism, told students at a Chung Chi College graduation ceremony, the Post reported.The institution was to join New Asia College…

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