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They stressed that all campuses must remain open and that students should only travel under safe conditions.
Many businesses are losing money as travel to the city declines, especially tour companies that rely on visitors
Maxim's outlets such as Starbucks and Simplylife were targets of vandalism, as well as various MTR stations, in a day of violence and petrol bombs.
Education Bureau chief Kevin Yeung also reiterated that anti-mask law officially came into effect last Saturday.
The brand accounts for 74 per cent of all drink containers in the rubbish.
Many were visibly upset after he refused to condemn police brutality in an open dialogue on Thursday.
City's No 2 official calls it a 'shocking' and 'heartbreaking' trend and appeals to parents and teachers to ask young people not to join any illegal acts
Groups including Demosisto called on teens to wear the protester uniform during today's annual charity event.
Two surveys reveal concerning results but a local charity has launched a campaign aimed at removing the stigma of discussing emotions.
Seven stations still remain closed and it is unclear when they will reopen.