National security law and coronavirus put Hong Kong students of Chinese medicine ‘in fear of mainland China internships’

//National security law and coronavirus put Hong Kong students of Chinese medicine ‘in fear of mainland China internships’

National security law and coronavirus put Hong Kong students of Chinese medicine ‘in fear of mainland China internships’

Several Chinese medicine students in Hong Kong plan to defer their studies over safety fears related to the coronavirus pandemic and national security law, after city universities decided to restart their compulsory internship programmes in mainland China.Students from Chinese University (CUHK) and Baptist University told the Post dozens of their final-year peers, who under medical regulations must undergo no less than 30 weeks of clinical training, were expected to head over the border later…

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