A Hong Kong university that was at the centre of a siege by anti-government protesters last year has removed part of a students’ exhibition marking the event’s anniversary after finding the display occupied an unapproved area.The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) also said on Wednesday it was saddened by acts of vandalism after graffiti stating “Hong Kong independence” was found at its Sha Tin campus. It warned those who were involved might be penalised and could face legal consequences…



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