For decades, university students have been the backbone of Hong Kong’s civil rights movement.But some of their increasingly aggressive rhetoric, and involvement in the sometimes violent and disruptive anti-government protests in 2019, has left the authorities and pro-establishment supporters increasingly frustrated.That has raised fears the city may soon lose a long-cherished dissenting voice already under threat after Beijing imposed its national security law on the city last June.On Thursday,…



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