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University students in Hong Kong fume over influx of mainland Chinese visitors taking campus tours

University students in Hong Kong fume over influx of mainland Chinese visitors taking campus tours.

1/2/2019 10:00:00 AM

University students in Hong Kong fume over influx of mainland Chinese visitors taking campus tours.

Students from several universities in Hong Kong are angry over a recent influx of mainland Chinese tour groups, which they say are disrupting their daily lives on campus. The visitors have prompted one institution to step up campus management measures, such as recording the details of travel coaches

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