Friday, July 30, 2021

Hong Kong impacted by Chinese security law

The evolution of greater intervention and control in Hong Kong by Chinese governmental authorities has begun to sink into higher education. Some university scholars who have been outspoken critics of China's security law are leaving for academic posts elsewhere. Those who are staying are learning to negotiate the ever-changing landscape of Chinese governmental policy. The concern is that academic and personal freedom are being compromised either directly by threat or reality of Chinese official intervention or by the self-imposed regulation that academics observe in order to stay out of trouble.

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