“Gather ye rosebuds while ye may”- The Joint Statement by The Hong Kong University Students’ Union and Academic Staff Association of The University of Hong Kong in the Interim Provostship

 

Currently, the media reported the controversy towards the status of Professor K.H. Tam’s Interim Provostship. The selection of the Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University has been halted for over two years. During this period, Tam claims himself as “Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor” instead of “Interim Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor”. The Hong Kong University Students’ Union (“HKUSU”) and Academic Staff Association of The University of Hong Kong (“HKUASA”) express our utmost concerns.

It is unusual that Professor Tam has been the Interim Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor for over three years. For recent instance, Professor Terry Au, the Vice-President and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Academic Staffing and Resources), had taken her interim role for four months only. It was reported that Professor Peter William Mathieson, the then Chairman of the Selection Committee of Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor, expressed that the selection process should be resumed by the new President and Vice-Chancellor. However, the Council of the University has not discussed this matter since August 2016. Few days ago, media reported that the recruitment of this post was removed by the Human Resource Section from their website. The university spokesperson replied that, if there is no suitable candidate in the process of searching and selecting, the program will be suspended and then restarted. Yet, the authority has not provided a concrete timetable till now.

The title of Professor Tam is “Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor” in different official documents, including but not limited to the official emails and his website biography. Yet, according to the issued emails, the title of Professor Tam was “Acting President and Vice-Chancellor” from February to July, when Tam was taking the acting role, which is a fair practice. Both the interim provostship and the acting presidentship are transitional, but obviously, there is a different way of handling his title. HKUSU and HKUASA hereby ask for an explanation from Professor Tam.

In accordance with the Statute of the University of Hong Kong, an international selection of the Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University has to be conducted. It is a full-time post as well. Recently, student representatives of the Selection Committee have left the University, and no meetings have been convened since Professor Mathieson left his role. Thus, it is a doubt that whether the Committee could continue to be functioning. HKUSU and HKUASA hereby urge the University to dissolve the current Selection Committee and resume the selection process immediately after the new appointment of the Council members in January 2019.

The Hong Kong University Students’ Union Academic Staff Association of The University of Hong Kong

5 November 2018

Our Strength To Go Through Hell Lies In Our Tenacity – Statement of the Hong Kong University Students’ Union on the Election Result of the Advisory Committee on Council Chairmanship

 

In the 2016 Review on University Governance, the Council agreed on suggestions made by the working group on the Review concerning the procedures of the Chancellor appointing the Chairman and members of the Council. In the suggestions, the working group suggested that instead of allowing the Chief Executive to directly appoint the Chairman of the Council, an “Advisory Committee on Council Chairmanship” (hereinafter referred to as the Advisory Committee) should be established to provide recommendations on suitable candidates to be the HKU Council Chairman to the Chief Executive for appointment. The Advisory Committee consists of four members: Pro Vice-Chancellor Sir David Li Kwok-po; President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Xiang Zhang; Treasurer of the University Ms Margaret Leung-Ko May-yee and a present Council member being elected by other Council members. On 11 October, the Council announced the result of the election of which Professor Rosie Young was elected as the last member of the Advisory Committee. The Union hereby congratulates Professor Young being elected as a member of the Advisory Committee thus hope that the Advisory Committee can recommend a suitable candidate for the Council chairman accepted by all HKU students and staff. We are also deeply disappointed for our student representative not being able to enter the Advisory Committee.

Ever since Professor Arthur Li Kwok-cheung was appointed as the Council chairman by former Chief Executive Mr Leung Chun Ying, there have been constant disputes occurring within the Council. There have been reports that the Council booked venues outside campus for meeting purposes diverting funds earmarked for other purposes. Also, nonsense reasons had been made just to ban an undergraduate representative to attend a council meeting. Moreover, the bribing dispute caused by the postgraduate representative in the council was even settled without a proper resolution. Being the Council chairman, Professor Li should bear the full responsibility for all these disputes. Professor Li was even involved in several disputes for his words. Before he was even appointed as the Council chairman, he was exposed by former Vice-President Professor Cheng Kai-ming of encouraging people not to donate to the University. After he was appointed, he slandered students by describing students participating in the Council meeting containment as “taking drugs”. Professor Li’s words not only discountenanced the University, being the Council chairman, he did not even show basic respect to students. The Union believes that being the most important executive body of the University, the Council chairman should be responsible to all HKU students and staffs for his acts both internally and externally. Therefore, the Council chairman should be someone accepted by all HKU members. Nevertheless, there is no student nor staff representative in the Advisory Committee, provided the fact that the Advisory Committee should consider all voices regardless of being in the committee or not. In this instance, the Union has the following demands:

1) The Advisory Committee should consult all HKU students publicly about the recommendation of candidate of the Council chairman and consider students’ comments thoroughly.
2) Professor Arthur Li is not a suitable candidate to be the Council chairman, nor suitable for any posts in the structure of University Governance.

Under the present structure of the Advisory Committee, it is obvious that students’ and staff’s voices will not be considered thoroughly nor protected. After all, the Advisory Committee can only recommend to the Chief Executive on the selection of the Council chairman. The Chief Executive still possesses the power to appoint the Council chairman. In other words, the Chief Executive can still make the Council a mere figurehead and not being able to handle University affairs independently. Therefore, the Union would like to propose the following visions towards future reform of University Governance:

1) Student and staff representatives shall be ex-officio members of the Advisory Committee (or committees related to the appointment of the Council chairman).
2) Council members appointed by the Chief Executive (including the chairman) shall be appointed by the Council itself instead.
3) The proportion of HKU members in the Council shall be more than half of all council members.
4) The Chief Executive shall not be the Chancellor.

Co-governance by students and staff is the ultimate goal of university governance. Still, there is a long and winding road to achieve this goal. Especially when institutional autonomy and academic freedom of the University is currently under huge suppression, reforms must be carried out towards the University Ordinance to save the University. The Union hopes that the Reform of University Governance will not be what it used to be, but really leading the University to co-governance by students and staff both systematically and realistically.

The Hong Kong University Students’ Union
14 October 2018

Men’s Soul and Blood Are Not Eggshells for Tyrants to Break – Statement by Students’ Unions of Higher Institutions on the Government’s Denial of Victor Mallet’s Visa Renewal Application

 

A few days ago, the Hong Kong Government refused to renew work visa for Mr Victor Mallet, Vice-Chairman of The Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong and editor of the Financial Times, without a reasonable explanation. Students’ Unions of Higher Institutions strongly condemn the Hong Kong government for unreasonably suppressing press freedom.

In mid-August, The Foreign Correspondents’ Club invited the Mr Chan Ho Tin, Convenor of Hong Kong National Party, to attend a luncheon and gave a speech. Undoubtedly, the luncheon did not violate the law and was protected by Article 27 of the Basic Law as well as “The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights”. Yet, The government, the pro-establishment camp, and some “patriots” have slammed The Foreign Correspondents’ Club. Two months later, the Hong Kong Government suddenly refused to renew the work visa to Vice-Chairman of The Foreign Correspondents’ Club, Hong Kong. They even only issued a seven-day tourist visa instead of a half-yearly visa-free access that is granted to ordinary British citizens. Hong Kong society, the British Government, the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and the European Union all required the Hong Kong Government to give a reasonable explanation. However, The Hong Kong Government has rejected and claimed that this is an “international practice”. Since the incident involves press freedom and public interest, if Mr Victor Mallet has violated the approval criteria for work visas, Hong Kong laws or conditions of stay, the Hong Kong Government should explain clearly. Without a reasonable explanation, the refusal to renew the work visa is no difference from expelling the foreign journalist, which is obviously a political retaliation, as the government wishes to punish The Foreign Correspondents’ Club for inviting Mr Chan Ho Tin to give a public speech. Such an act is definitely the same as the usual practice of the Chinese Communist regime, which keeps suppressing the personal freedom of journalists. It also seriously trampled the press freedom in Hong Kong.

The government has been threatening Hong Kong people’s freedom of speech and freedom of expression. A report released by “The Congressional-Executive Commission on China” in the USA on 10th October 2018, stated that the Hong Kong government’s destruction of freedom of speech as well as academic freedom has intensified. However, in response to the report, the Hong Kong Government still brazenly claimed that “the freedom of speech is highly valued and is also protected by the Basic Law.” The Hong Kong Government and the Communist Party have always been contrary to what they said, which is utterly staggering.

In this regard, Students’ Unions of Higher Institutions solemnly request the Hong Kong Government to provide a reasonable explanation for not renewing the work visa for Mr Victor Mallet. Otherwise, such decision should be revoked and the government should renew the work visa for Mr Victor Mallet immediately. Press freedom is an important foundation of a civilised society, as it can enhance information flow and economic development. Hong Kong government deems Hong Kong as an international financial centre, but they cannot even accommodate a foreign journalist. They act like a dictatorial regime, which brought disgrace to Hong Kong, affecting Hong Kong’s economy and international status. The Hong Kong Government’s suppression on press freedom and freedom of speech will only ruin the future and interests of Hong Kong. For this reason, the Hong Kong government should think twice about the negative impacts brought to Hong Kong when they try to please the Communist Party by self-destructing.

City University of Hong Kong Students’ Union
Hang Seng Management College Students’ Union
Student Union of Chu Hai College of Higher Education
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Students’ Union
The Hong Kong University Students’ Union
The Interim Executive Committee of The Student Union of Hong Kong Shue Yan University
The Provisional Executive Council of the Education University Students’ Union
The Provisional Executive Committee of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Students’ Union
The Students Union of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

12th October 2018

Proclaim The Truth and Do Not Be Silent Through Fear – Declaration of Students’ Unions of Higher Institutions on the Suppression on HKPUSU’s Right to Manage Democracy Wall by The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

 

On 24th September, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Students’ Union (hereafter “HKPUSU”) changed half of the Democracy Wall into “Lennon Wall” to allow students to express their opinions freely and to commemorate “Umbrella Movement”. Unexpectedly, two days later (26th September), As The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (hereafter “the University”) claimed that sensitive political topics shall not be discussed or mentioned on Democracy Wall, they intervene the management right of HKPUSU by requiring HKPUSU to abandon “Lennon Wall” within 24 hours. Otherwise, the HKPUSU’s right to manage Democracy Wall will be withdrawn by the University. Later, the University covered the Democracy Wall with red papers, tampering regulations on Democracy Wall without authorisation, forcibly taking over Democracy Wall, and suppressing students’ freedom of expression.

On 1st October, HKPUSU and its sub-organisations issued a joint statement to condemn the actions taken by the University. More than 2,000 students signed on the statement, urging for the University’s response. However, students’ opinions have consistently been neglected. As such, on 4th October, students went to the President’s Office to ask for a public response. Yet, they were refused by the University. Since the Democracy Wall incident involves the interests of all students and teaching staff, HKPUSU wishes to seek an open and transparent conversation. Therefore, on 5th October, HKPUSU invited the University to attend the open forum. It was hoped that in the forum, the incident can be discussed and a proper response can be given by the University. Yet, the University still refused to attend.

The unreasonable and unruly suppression, as well as refusals of the University, have driven students into a corner. On 5th October, Lam Wing Hang, President of HKPUSU and Yuen Pak Leung, Council Chairperson announced an indefinite hunger strike and occupation until a satisfactory response is received.

Students’ Unions of higher institutions hereby reaffirm, HKPUSU as the only organisation which owns the management right of Democracy Wall, the University has no right to prohibit students from expressing their opinions. Students have the right to post any slogan that complies with the regulations on Democracy Wall, and their speech is also protected by freedom of speech. The University unreasonably suppressed the freedom of speech, and consistently ignored students’ requirements. Students’ Unions of higher institutions strongly condemned the unruly actions taken by the University. The two students of the University have been driven into a corner, to go for a hunger strike. However, until now, the University only concerned about the arrangement of the Information Day, ruthlessly ignored students’ health. It is such a shame that the University thoroughly neglected the benefits of students.

The two students spare no effort to fight for students’ autonomy and freedom of expression in The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Their assertion shall be appreciated. We hereby urge different sectors of the society to pay attention to the incident and support the two students. We strictly request the University to recognise the autonomy of HKPUSU, to promise not to interfere the management right of HKPUSU, and to fulfil the requirements made by HKPUSU and University staff, before there is no more room for negotiation.

City University of Hong Kong Students’ Union
Hang Seng Management College Students’ Union
Student Union of Chu Hai College of Higher Education
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Students’ Union
The Hong Kong University Students’ Union
The Provisional Executive Council of the Education University of Hong Kong Students’ Union
The Student Union of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

6th October 2018

The Union Executive Committee’s statement on the repetitive unauthorized removal of the post on Democracy Wall

 

It was recently found that some posts on the Democracy Wall were removed once again by an unauthorized person. The Union Executive Committee hereby express our indignance and will reserve the right to pursue further action. Democracy wall is a platform on which HKU students can enjoy their freedom of speech, and to express their opinion without violating the Union Internal Regulation. As such, political censorship, or any act that undermines others’ freedom of speech, are thoroughly disallowed. The Committee reaffirms that only the Union Executive Committee has the right to remove any post which has violated the Union Internal Regulation. Instead of removing the post without authorization, one should lodge a complaint to Chairman of Judicial Committee should they have any discontent on the posts on Democracy wall. Please notify the General Secretary or the Administrative Secretary as soon as possible if you witness any unauthorized person who is attempting to remove any post on the Democracy Wall.

Land And Sea May Quiver But Not Our Faith – The Hong Kong University Students’ Union Declaration on October 1 Ferry Disaster

 

On 1 October 2012, the Lamma Island Ferry Collision took away 39 lives and 92 were injured. Six years have passed, yet there is still no sign of any investigation report. Follow-up actions even sunk to the bottom of the sea just like the vessel Lamma IV. In 2014, the government completed a 430-page internal investigation report, yet only publishing a 41-page summary of the investigation report. Moreover, with the support from pan-establishment LegCo members, the LegCo Panel on Economic Development decided not to take any follow-up actions on the Ferry Disaster. In this instance, the Hong Kong University Students’ Union condemns that pan-establishment LegCo members’ action was an act with utter disregard of human lives, thus urging the government to publish the complete investigation report on the Ferry Disaster and LegCo to continue following up on this incident.

21 years have passed since Hong Kong’s sovereignty had been transferred. The government has disregarded Hong Kong people’s interest but to collude business tycoons and ingratiate itself with the Chinese regime. Apart from covering the accidents happened during the high-speed rail testing, the government arbitrarily lowered the acceptable levels of subsidence, which in turn allowed the contractor of the Sha Tin-Central line to get rid of its responsibility. The government has not only disregard the safety of Hong Kong people, but it also despises our freedom and rights. The government could forfeit our freedom to fawn on the Chinese regime. Beside charging dissidents by exploiting the Public Order Ordinance, the government banned the Hong Kong National Party with Societies Ordinance. Hong Kong people shall place no hope on the government for being the custodian of our freedom and rights, for it has no scruples about ingratiating itself with the Chinese regime.

If the government want to condemn somebody, it can always trump up a charge. The government’s apathy to people’s lives and intention to suppress dissidents have been all too clear. Our city will only continue declining under the ravage of the existing regime. Hong Kong shall alone be salvaged by the abolishment of the Communist threat. Hong Kong people shall stand tall and deny all the government’s deceptions, although the continuous fighting can be exhausting. Rather sitting still and waiting for death, we can only save our city shall we rely on ourselves with perseverance and spontaneity.

The Hong Kong University Students’ Union
1st October 2018

(中文) 堅決維護結社自由 蘇世獨立橫而不流—香港大學學生會就近日香港政府禁止香港民族黨運作之嚴正聲明

The government gazetted a ban on the Hong Kong National Party on 24th September 2018. Such a ban was a trample on the rights and values of Hong Kong people, as well a violation of the freedoms of speech and association what ought to be enjoyed by our people. The Union opposes and condemns the government’s reckless intervention and suppression on political parties, non-governmental societies and student groups in any political way or manner.

The Union reiterates that all actions convened by the Hong Kong National Party, including distributing leaflets, advocating on forums and conferences, and building a website for promotional use, did not violate any Hong Kong laws. Such actions were and shall be protected by the Basic Law, the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and the Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance. The Commissioner of Police Stephen Lo stated that the organised crime and triad bureau is coordinating the force’s response to any activities relating to the now banned Hong Kong National Party. The Union deems it ridiculous to classify the Hong Kong National Party the same as the triads. The Union is exasperated to perceive how the government suppressed dissidents with their public power.

The ban on the Hong Kong National Party serves Hong Kong a precedent detrimental to our freedom of association. Any political parties, non-governmental societies or student groups could possibly be banned because of their dissenting stances from the government, disregarding their stance or advocacy on Hong Kong independence. This will not only lead our freedom of speech to an end, but bring us undesirable political prosecutions. Under the chill effect will our city be surrounded by white terror, and the people will no longer be able to monitor the government. While voices and thoughts in the society are turning more singular, Hong Kong will be steps closer to authoritarianism.

Our people fought for democracy in the Umbrella Revolution. Four years after the Revolution, our democracy and freedom have been declining steadily day by day. The Union implores Hong Kong people to get a clear understanding of the authoritarian nature of the Hong Kong government, and to fight for the rights and freedom we deserved, and let not our city continue crumbling.

The Hong Kong University Students’ Union
29th September 2018

The Union Executive Committee’s response on the unauthorized removal of the post on Democracy Wall

 

Yesterday (26/9), the posts on Democracy Wall were removed and damaged by an unauthorized person. In light of this incident, the Executive Committee’s response is as follows:

The Committee censures the unauthorized removal of the post on Democracy Wall
According to Union Internal Regulation, General Secretary and Administrative Secretary own the right to manage the Democracy Wall. The person who damaged and removed the posts on Democracy Wall was not authorized, and he/she has no connection with the Committee. The Committee censures such unauthorized removal. The Committee hereby reaffirms that only the Union Executive Committee has the right to remove any post which has violated Union Internal Regulation. We will never tolerate people who disregard Union Internal Regulation and affect others’ right to express their opinion. Instead of removing the post without authorization, one should lodge a complaint to Chairman of Judicial Committee if they have any discontent on the posts on Democracy wall.

The Committee defends members’ right to use the Democracy Wall

HKU is the bastion of freedom of speech, and Democracy Wall is an important platform in which the freedom of speech is upheld. Students can voice out their opinion on the Democracy Wall provided that they do not violate Union internal regulation. Although in recent years, freedom of speech in Hong Kong is being challenged, the Committee will continue defending members’ freedom of speech and their right to use the Democracy Wall. We will manage the Democracy Wall fairly and consistently according to Union Internal Regulation

Executive Committee, The Hong Kong University Students’ Union
27th September, 2018

Endurance in the Shadow of Peril and Confidence in the Midst of Doubt – Statement of the Hong Kong University Students’ Union on recent censures towards the FCC and Andy Chan Ho-Tin

 

The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Hong Kong (hereinafter the FCC) has recently invited Andy Chan Ho-Tin of the Hong Kong National Party to speak for one of their lunchtime events. The Union condemn the continuing denunciation by the Chinese regime and the Hong Kong government, for their aggression in suppressing the dissidents, and violation of Hong Kong people’s freedom of speech and press.

The Hong Kong government has lately censured the FCC’s invitation to Chan as “regrettable and inappropriate”. Soon Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-Ngor, the Chief Executive, claimed that the government’s stricture did not violate freedom of speech nor press, for Chan’s speech, has been widely reported by press and media: “how could the government be said to have violated freedom of speech?” Lam also criticised that press and media shall bear the burden not to bring any sedition. The Union condemn the government for twisting the essence of freedom of speech and mislead people through the play of words. Freedom of speech disregards the coverage of the speech by media, but the protection of the right in expressing one’s opinion, even if such opinion is controversial. Criticism by the government towards the FCC, Chan and the media was a clear violation and suppression of the freedom of speech and press. Furthermore, the Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic Of China in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (hereinafter the Office) pressurised the FCC to withdraw their invitation to Chan, by framing the FCC as “crossing the red line”. The Office openly urged the FCC to reflect and atone. The Union believe the FCC’s invitation to Chan was nothing more than an act embodied freedom of speech and press and was unreasonable for the Office to request an apology from the FCC. The Office’s act was obscure and absurd.

Apart from Lam’s misinterpretation of freedom of speech and the Office’s insolent criticism, the government has exhausted their means to suppress the dissenting advocacies. Leung Ka-wing, the Director of Broadcasting, by executive means prohibited Radio Television Hong Kong (hereinafter RTHK) from doing a live broadcast of Chan’s speech, disregarding people’s right to know. Leung’s act was a clear intervention to press’ reportage and a violation of freedom of the press. The society enjoys the right to know, and the decision and mean of reportage depend on nothing but news value. Nonetheless, Leung restricted reportage by RTHK on the ground of political stance: “RTHK should not be used to advocate Hong Kong independence.” The government’s intention to suppress dissidents has been abundantly clear.

The Union reiterate that Hong Kong people shall enjoy the room for discussions of and advocacies on controversial issues. Press and Media shall also enjoy the freedom to report various social matters. The Union sternly demand the Office and the Hong Kong government to retract the relevant speeches and stop suppressing the room for discussion of Hong Kong independence in respect of freedom of speech.

The Hong Kong University Students’ Union
18th August 2018

“On the Edge to Endless Aftermath” – Declaration of Students’ Unions of Higher Institutions on the Suppression on Hong Kong National Party by the Hong Kong Government

 

Students’ Unions of higher institutions strongly condemn the recommendation by the Police Force on prohibiting the operation on Hong Kong National Party. John Lee Ka-chiu, Secretary for Security, recently revealed to the public about the Police Force’s recommendation was made in light of section 8 of the Societies Ordinance concerning the interests of national security and public safety.

According to the Societies Ordinance, should any society fall into the category of unlawful society, any person who acts as a member or attends a meeting, or pays money or gives any aid to the society concerned will be guilty of an offence and can be liable to imprisonment for 2 to 3 years. The Police Force made such a recommendation on the basis of the Hong Kong National Party’s political agenda, was undoubtedly a suppression of Hong Kong people’s freedom of association and political rights. Students’ Unions of higher institutions reiterate that Hong Kong people’s political rights are protected by the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights; whilst the Basic Law stated that Hong Kong people shall enjoy the freedom of speech and association. Students’ Unions of higher institutions condemn the Police Force and the Security Bureau for quoting the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance out of context, disregarding the prerequisite of “democratic society”, neglecting the fact that Hong Kong has been stepping away from democracy but towards authoritarianism, to suit their purpose for exploiting people’s freedom of association by the excuse of national security. Should the regime prohibit and define Hong Kong National Party as unlawful society considering their political agenda, this certainly constitutes a breach to the constitution and human rights in Hong Kong.

Students’ Unions of higher institutions urge Hong Kong people not to acclimate to the exploitations by the Hong Kong government. We treasure freedom, rule of law to our core, and we shall not step down in front of any wave and storm. From Andy Chan Ho-tin and Edward Leung Tin-kei advocating Hong Kong independence in 2016 to Agnes Chow Ting being banned from 2018 Legislative Council By-Election for her advocacy of democratic self-determination, we have been experiencing the endless aftermath once there was a precedent. It will be the first case for a society being prohibited from operation due to its political agenda since the transfer of sovereignty. Should Hong Kong people hold our tongues, it will only open a gate for the Hong Kong government to prohibit societies advocating self-determination, democracy and freedom from their operations.

Students’ Unions of higher institutions exhort all Hong Kong people to discern the Hong Kong government as a regime that brushes aside human rights and rule of law. We shall abandon undesirable fantasies, and stand against the cruel regime outside the system, for we fight for our rights and dignity as a Hongkonger.

City University of Hong Kong Students’ Union
Hang Seng Management College Students’ Union
Interim Executive Committee of The Student Union of Hong Kong Shue Yan University
Student Union of Chu Hai College of Higher Education
The Education University of Hong Kong Students’ Union
The Hong Kong Federation of Students
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Students’ Union
The Hong Kong University Students’ Union
The Student Union of the Chinese University of Hong Kong

19th July 2018