Retiring after Hong Kong protest turmoil, Baptist University president Roland Chin says: ‘I voice what I believe’

//Retiring after Hong Kong protest turmoil, Baptist University president Roland Chin says: ‘I voice what I believe’

Retiring after Hong Kong protest turmoil, Baptist University president Roland Chin says: ‘I voice what I believe’

Baptist University’s outgoing president, Roland Chin Tai-hong, believes it is not too late for Hong Kong to set up a conciliation commission to foster conversation between different camps and heal a society ripped apart by last year’s anti-government protests.Although the city appeared calmer on the surface now, he said, the root of the problems had not been dealt with and Hong Kong remained divided and filled with unhappiness.Chin, 68, also shared his vision on higher education in an interview…

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