「狂瀾既倒,昂首邁進。全民備戰,伐暴討共。」 — 大專學界呼籲全港市民三罷聲明

  In the past three months, Hongkongers have been taking to the streets, risking their lives, to fight against tyranny. Carrie Lam’s withdrawal of the extradition law amendment bill coated three rallies of millions of citizens, nine deaths, over one thousand protesters being arrested, and countless more Hongkongers injured by the brutality of the police […]

Public Lectures: International Relations

  Current Affairs Committee, HKUSU council and University Affairs Committee, HKUSU council will be organising public lectures in response to the aim ‘Boycott Classes, Not Education’ of the Class Boycott Campaign. Professionals from various sectors will be invited for knowledge exchange with fellow students to deepen their understanding of the society and thus ponder its […]

Occupy University Street

  港大人,請肩負時代賦予我們的責任。 Full Gear、Black Bloc為記。 星期一至四,每日十二點,佔領大學街上層。 下午一點,Be Water,自由活動。 學生會將會支持所有同學的自發行動。 不見不散。 光復香港。時代革命。

Five Demands Not One Less Students with People We Stand – Response Statement from Students’ Unions of Higher Institutions towards Carrie Lam’s Public Announcement on 4 September 2019

  After all the brutal suppressions in the past three months, Carrie Lam publicly claimed that she will withdraw the extradition law amendment bill. It is not only a fatal error in assessing public opinion but also an insult to Hongkongers who have been fighting for freedom and protecting our basic rights, if Carrie Lam […]

The Students’ Union of Higher Institutions Boycott Classes Community Action Day | HKU Street Station

  The Students’ Union of Higher Institutions will be holding a Community Action Day on the 6th September (Friday). All students of higher institutions will be encouraged to set up stations on streets all over different districts in Hong Kong and hold public screening, promoting the ideology on boycotting classes reinforcing our aim of “five […]

Reports on Hall and Orientation Camp Visits

University Affairs Committee, HKUSU Council and Current Affairs Committee, HKUSU Council have jointly conducted hall and orientation camp visits on Class Boycott during 21st to 31st August. The visit aimed at explaining the objectives and special arrangements of the Class Boycott Campaign. The opinions received and our response are as follows: Some students have expressed […]

Public Lectures: The Evolution of Hong Kong Protest: From Occupy Central to Anti-Extradition Bill Movement

  The Union will be organising public lectures on Tuesday and Thursday in the coming two weeks in response to the aim ‘Boycott Classes, Not Education’ of the Class Boycott Campaign. Professionals from various sectors will be invited for knowledge exchange with fellow students to deepen their understanding of the society and thus ponder its […]

A Point of No Turning Back – Now We are the Masters of Our Fate – Joint Statement from Secondary School Student Organisations and Students’ Unions of Higher Institutions on the Class Boycott commencing in September

The Anti Extradition Law Amendment Bill (Anti-ELAB) Movement has been going on for 3 months, the Hong Kong Government refused to bat an eye on the 5 demands of the people, and even instigated brutal crackdowns on protests. When we started getting accustomed to batons, tear gas and all sorts of anti-riot firearms, the Government […]

Shuttle Buses Service for the class boycott assembly

The Students’ Unions of Higher Institutions will hold the “Students in Unity, Boycott for our city” Assembly on 2 September, 2019, at the University Mall, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Shuttle bus service will be provided for convenience. Pick-up Locations: (1) Outside Main Building (2) Jockey Club Village I (3) Jockey Club Village II […]

The Hong Kong University Students’ Union’s Statement on HKU Students Being Unreasonbly Detained in China

  The Union has been informed that several HKU students are being detained by Chinese Public Security. The Union is currently in contact with their families and University authorities. The Union will offer every possible assistance in securing their safety. The Union has also received complaints from Full Members that during trips to China for […]