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Chinese students flee Hong Kong as campuses burn

Reuters Thursday, 14 November 2019
Having fled Hong Kong universities they had thought were a ticket to success, Chinese students from the mainland sit in hostels and noodle shops in the neighboring city of Shenzhen wondering how they'll complete their studies.
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