Unity for Democracy-Align With the World


For three months, Hongkongers have been fighting on the streets for freedom and democracy, in pursuit of the Five Demands. We cannot connive at the brutality by the police, and we can never forget our fellow Hongkongers who have been sacrificing for our city.

As an international city, Hong Kong is receiving global attention, and the world is witnessing this pro-democracy movement. We are honoured to have friends from all around the globe, including government officials and politicians from different countries, standing with Hong Kong, supporting our fight for freedom. We shall continue our endeavours in recruiting international’s support, for Hong Kong is important to the world.

HKU is a place that embraces diversity with students from all parts of the world. Our international schoolmates may have limited access to information on this movement due to multiple reasons such as the language barrier, but many of them certainly care about this city and would like to know more about this movement.

In view of this, University Affairs Committee, HKUSU Council and Current Affairs Committee, HKUSU Council will organise the “Unity for Democracy – Align With The World” assembly to bring all the students together, to stand with Hong Kong and fight for freedom. The rationale of the assembly is to connect international students in HKU by explaining and exchanging views regarding the pro-democracy movement, hoping to gain more attention from the world. Both local and international students are welcomed to join the assembly. The details of the Assembly are as follows:

Date: 25th September (Wednesday)
Time: 19:00-21:00
Language: English
Venue: Sun Yat-sen Place, The University of Hong Kong

Hongkongers’ fight for freedom and democracy is far from over. We shall always stand with our fellow Hongkongers, until we see the day of Hong Kong’s liberation from the totalitarian regime.

Liberate HKU Defend Our City


Today marked the second month of the Hongkongers’ movement against the Extradition Law Amendment Bill.

In the past month, Hong Kong citizens have shown their high standard of civic literacy, winning the respect of the world. Still, our demands have yet to be met and we dare not to slacken our efforts. Let alone the government’s disregard for the voices of the protesters, it is even more shameful as the regime has shielded the police from abusing their power. This early summer, it is as if Hong Kong is governed by the military government. Hong Kong is now filled with white terror. Citizens not only lost their freedom of assembly and demonstration, but they also have to live under the brutality of the police.

We lost some of our fellows owing to the haughtiness of Carrie Lam. Albeit with the anger of the young generation, the habitual liar Carrie Lam still turns a blind eye to the demands of the protesters. In turmoil, many social elites have stood with the protesters and expressed their discontent towards the government’s unreasonable suppression. Even some University presidents have expressed their support for students all the way. Yet, unfortunately, our new Pro Vice-Chancellor Xiang Zhang has been consistently ignorant since the commencement of his term of office, as if he is completely isolated from the world. It is such dismay for an educator as he made a hasty statement without even understanding the incidents thoroughly, not to mention communicating with students and protesters directly.

An educator ought to understand students’ views and opinions through frequent communication. Xiang Zhang urges all sectors to communicate, yet, he never attempted to interact with students. With the extensive media coverage, it should not be difficult to know about the protesters’ ideas. Xiang Zhang should have known that it is the government’s disregard for the voices of the protesters that pushed the citizens into a corner. They have no choice but to force their way into the Legislative Council that belongs to the citizens. During the process, the protesters even showed their rationality as they acted on their own initiatives to protect the antiques and archives. There was no casualty as well. It is obvious that while Carrie Lam blatantly ignores the cry of many, the citizens are just exhausting themselves to pressurize the tyranny.

The moral standard of Xiang Zhang is totally unacceptable as an intellectual. He never condemns the regime for ignoring the citizens; He never condemns the police for being abusive and violent; He never responds to the various suicides due to the regime. Instead, he condemned the people who bravely fight against the tyranny. Seemingly, to him, the University’s motto “Sapientia et Virtus” does not exist anymore. We do not expect Xiang Zhang to support all the disobedience, but being the head of the highest institution, he shall take up the responsibility to protect and defend the students.

HKU as one of the very few bastions of freedom in Hong Kong, We HKU students shall be committed to protecting her from being devastated by the regime. What Xiang Chang has done is undoubtedly a disgrace to HKU. The head of our University shall not be cold-blooded and unsympathetic. We hereby invite Xiang Zhang attends the assembly at Sun Yat-sen Place on Friday night, face the students and respond to the three requests made:

Retract the statement made on 3 July 2019
Undertake to protect the freedom of expression of all HKU students and staff
Undertake not to take any disciplinary action against the HKU students and staff who participated in the recent social movements.

Details of the assembly are as follows:

Date: 12/7/2019 (Friday)
Time: 8 p.m.
Venue: Sun Yat-sen Place

“No Extradition to China” Movement


Over the past two weeks, Hongkongers took to the streets multiple times, and even initiated various non-cooperation movements, demanding for the withdrawal of the Extradition Bill and response to our demands. Nevertheless, the HKSAR Government refused to bat an eye. In order to put further pressure on the tyrannical regime, Student’s Unions of Higher Institutions will participate in the following assemblies and events. Details are as follows:

G20 Free Hong Kong Assembly
Date: 26 June 2019 (Wed)
Time: 8:00pm-9:00pm
Venue : Edinburgh Place, Central

We demand the tyrannical Hong Kong regime to respond to the following requests before 9:00pm on 26 June 2019:
(1) Withdrawal of the Fugitive Offenders (Amendment) Bill completely and permanently;
(2) Retraction of the statement which defines the protest on 12 June as a “riot”;
(3) Dropping all charges against the protesters; and
(4) Establishment of an independent Investigation Committee to investigate in the police brutality and make relevant prosecution;

Otherwise, the Hongkongers will initiate the following action:

Surrounding the Department of Justice
Date: 27 June 2019 (Thu)
Time: 10:00am
Venue : Justice Place, 18 Lower Albert Road, Central

We call for all students and Hongkongers to join us at these events, joining hands to protect our home. If any HKU student is participating in the anti-extradition law protest and would like to have legal assistance, please send the following information to 9139 0589 through Telegram/ WhatsApp/ SMS.

We Shall Meet at Admiralty

Following the statement from Student’s Unions of Higher Institutions, the HKSAR Government announced that the government headquarters will be closed on 21 June for security reasons.

The CE office claimed that they would “approach teenagers at a more appropriate time in the future and understand their opinions.”

This is in fact another evasion of any response to our demands, we condemn such cowardly behaviour.

Although the government headquarters will be closed, the non-cooperation movement will continue.

We hope to see you at 7am on 21 June at Admiralty.

From now on, we demand for meaningful responses from the government only.

The Student Union of the Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong Baptist University Students’ Union
Provisional Executive Committee of City University of Hong Kong Students’ Union
The Hong Kong University Students’ Union
Provisional Executive Committee of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Students’ Union
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts Students’ Union
The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong Students’ Union
The Hong Kong Polytechnic Univeristy Students’ Union
The Provisional Executive Council of The Education University of Hong Kong Students’ Union
Joint Student Union of Caritas Institute of Higher Education and Caritas Bianchi College of Careers





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The Student Union of The Chinese University of Hong Kong
City University of Hong Kong Students’ Union
Joint Student Union of Caritas Institute of Higher Education and Caritas Bianchi College of Careers
Hong Kong Baptist University Students’ Union
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts Students’ Union
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Students’ Union
The Education University of Hong Kong Students’ Union
Provisional Executive Committee of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Students’ Union
The Hang Seng University of Hong Kong Students’ Union
The Hong Kong University Students’ Union

Protect Yourselves


We encourage students to participate in the rally organised by Civil Rights Front tomorrow. In view of the violent oppression by the Hong Kong Police Force on 12 June, we advise students to evaluate the risk of participation and adopt adequate safety measures. Details of the rally are as follow:

Date: 16 June 2019 (Sunday)
Gathering Point: Victoria Park
Gathering Time: 2:30 p.m.
Route: From Victoria Park to Tim Mei Avenue

If any HKU student is participating in the anti-extradition law protest and would like to have legal assistance, please send the following information to 9139 0589.

1) Full name (in both Chinese and English)
2) Gender
3) University Number
4) Curriculum and Year
5) HKID No.
6) Phone No.
7) The police station you are heading to after being arrested (if applicable)

You may contact Union Executives on site at 9160 1559 if you need help.



Legal Sharing Session: Our Rights Before Police Power


The Current Affairs Committee will be holding a legal sharing session, and it is our honour to invite Mr Tien Kei Rui to talk about our rights before police power. Details of the session are as follow:

Date: 15 June 2019
Time: 1500
Venue: Union Foyer, Union Building, HKU

(Entrance restricted to HKU students)
(No live broadcast or recording will be provided for this session)

30th Anniversary of the June-Fourth Incident Forum Held by the Students’ Unions of Higher Institutions


It has been 30 years since the June-Fourth Incident, which still has a lot of influence on Hong Kong’s democratic movements and student movements throughout the past 3 decades. The Incident stretches through several generations, as every one of them has different perceptions or feelings on it. The young and old would have different opinions, and the young are searching for their own “June-Fourth significance”. Students’ Unions of Higher Institutions is going to hold a forum before this special occasion, hoping to search for past meanings and future inspirations. We sincerely invite all HKU students and the public to join us, details are as follows:

Date: 2 June 2019
Time: 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Location: Platform outside Haking Wong Building, HKU

Session 1: June-Fourth and Passing On
Session 2: Where is the candlelight leading us to?

March Opposing the Amendments to Fugitive Offenders Ordinance


The Government gazetted the Fugitive Offenders and Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters Legislation (Amendment) Bill 2019. Should the Bill be adopted, will allow case-based surrender arrangements and transferring fugitive offenders to states where long-term surrender arrangement is not applicable, including China which refused to ratify the ICCPR. The bill does not only bias the business sector, but it also fails to ensure crime suspects procedural justice and fairness. It creates a greater loophole for China and the Hong Kong Government to criticise dissidents. Students’ unions of higher education institutions invite you to join the march, organised by the Civil Human Rights Front and LegCo members of the Pan-democrats, opposing the amendments and the bill. The details are as follow:

Date: 31th March 2019 (Sunday)
Time: Gathering at 14:30, Starting at 15:00
Venue: Luard Road, Wan Chai to Civic Square

「還原真相 毋忘義士」旺角衝突三周年集會




抗爭者的行動意圖和動機皆是真誠追求社會利益而非一己之利。為銘記三年前因捍衛香港本土文化而付出沉重代價的義士,並希望洗脫他們被加諸身上的暴徒污名,我等將於二零一九年二月八日晚上舉辦「還原真相 毋忘義士」旺角衝突周年集會,向普羅大眾還原事實真相,詳情如下: