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China directs schools in Hong Kong to sing Chinese national anthem. Here's why it's a red flag

Protests against China's policies in Hong Kong were in full swing between 2019 and 2020 before the pandemic put a break on them

Published on 22nd November 2021

Hong Kong varsity bars students from entering campus for sympathising with police attacker

The University of Hong Kong (HKU) council said they had to impose 'immediate risk containment measure' in light of the potentially illegal act of the student union council

Published on 5th August 2021

University of Hong Kong bars several students from entering campus for sympathising with police attacker

The move is being viewed as part of a continued clampdown by China on pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong

Published on 5th August 2021

University of Hong Kong study finds Pfizer COVID vaccine produces more antibodies than China's Sinovac

Some who received the Sinovac vaccine might need a third booster shot as well, lead researcher Professor Benjamin Cowling, an epidemiologist with HKU was quoted as saying by the TRTWorld

Published on 20th June 2021

Open University of Hong Kong to be renamed Hong Kong Metropolitan University in September

The bill was gazetted on Friday and will be introduced into the Legislative Council on June 23

Published on 18th June 2021
Hong Kong University Students' Union

Most Hong Kong schools say guidelines under national security law hard to implement

Out of 218 schools polled, a little more than half of the kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, were ready to teach national education

Published on 7th June 2021

Hong Kong to shut schools for the rest of the year due to rising COVID-19 cases 

Another 62 were linked to recent outbreaks in dance studios across the city, taking the total number of infections in that cluster to 479, health officials said

Published on 29th November 2020

Hong Kong suspends classes lower primary schools after new COVID cases emerge in the city 

The suspension comes just over a week after kindergartens were ordered to close following an outbreak of upper respiratory tract infections

Published on 20th November 2020

University of Hong Kong study reveals that kindness may boost health and well-being

To better understand what drives that variation, the research team performed a meta-analysis of 201 independent studies, comprising 198,213 total participants

Published on 5th September 2020

Hong Kong postpones next year's university entrance exams due to COVID-19

The Chinese and English language speaking components will be cancelled again after the pandemic forced a similar arrangement this year

Published on 1st September 2020

Hong Kong to resume face-to-face classes from Sept 23 following drop in COVID cases

Earlier this month, education officials had said that on-site lessons for Hong Kong's 900,000 students at kindergartens, primary and secondary schools would be suspended

Published on 31st August 2020

All classes in Hong Kong to be suspended again amid a spike in COVID-19 cases

According to the source, nearly 30 more people have been diagnosed with the coronavirus disease, 11 of whom lived at the Shui Chuen O Estate residential compound in the town of Sha Tin

Published on 10th July 2020
Hong Kong University Students' Union

Hong Kong school week begins with student protests

Stoking students' anger and prompting calls for a boycott of classes, the city's Education Bureau demanded schools to provide a "rough impression" of the number of students wearing masks to school

Published on 8th October 2019

Hong Kong students form human chains in continuing protests 

Despite the hard-fought concession, some protesters have said they will continue their resistance because the government has committed to fulfilling only one of their five demands

Published on 6th September 2019
Hong Kong University Students' Union

Hong Kong students to boycott lectures from the upcoming term as protests continue

Student leaders representing most of the city's major universities said students will miss lectures between September 2 - the planned start of the new term - and September 13

Published on 22nd August 2019

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