Tightened security, unease over new national security law, as Hong Kong campuses mark first anniversary of protest violence

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Tightened security, unease over new national security law, as Hong Kong campuses mark first anniversary of protest violence

Veteran social sciences academic Rodney Chu Wai-chi’s memories of the scenes at Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University in November last year remain vivid to this day.The vice-chairman of the university’s staff association and elected council member said in an interview with the Post: “How can I forget what I experienced back then?”PolyU, in densely built-up Hung Hom, was the scene of some of the worst clashes between radical masked protesters and police during last year’s anti-government…

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