Hong Kong Polytechnic University leaders say unrest of 2019 is firmly in the past at anniversary celebration

Hong Kong Polytechnic University celebrated its 85th anniversary on Thursday, with the chairman of its council insisting it had fully moved on from the damage – both physical and reputational – done by the fierce clashes that consumed the campus during the anti-government protests of 2019.PolyU council head Lam Tai-fai gave the assessment at a ceremony marking the occasion on Thursday, noting that stability had been restored at the university and the “misunderstandings” that led to the unrest…

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