Hong Kong stock exchange boss Charles Li Xiaojia has been appointed by the government to sit on the University of Hong Kong’s (HKU) governing council, days after the institution’s controversial appointment of two mainland Chinese academics.Li, 59, will begin his three-year term in the 24-strong council from November 1, filling up the vacancy resulting from the demise of Edward Chow Kwong-fai, an accountant and a member of China’s top political advisory body, in June this year.The council, which…



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