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Exclusive | Mainland student in HK addresses Gaps, Self-identification & Misunderstandings

During the social unrest sweeping across Hong Kong in 2019, many people were afraid to speak out their different opinions because of the potential hazards. But fortunately, there have been some courageous voices breaking the silence, hoping to build a dialogue platform which bridges the gap between local students in HK and students from mainland China through sincere communication. Zhang Ting, a PhD candidate of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), is one of them.

At the Vice-Chancellor's Dialogue last year, she insisted on speaking in Mandarin and expressed her real thoughts as a mainland student during that time, expecting the school to take actions in protecting non-local students’ rights as well.

For a city where she has lived for around 3 years, Zhang’s feelings towards HK are complicated. DotDotNews invites her to share her inside thoughts. How did she feel as a mainland student on HK campus during the unrest? What has gone wrong with HK’s education and resource allocation? What’s her opinion on self-identification problem of many Hongkongers? Let’s watch the video and find out how to find a way forward for this city she loves.

在2019年席捲香港的修例風波中,由於潛在的危險,很多人不敢說出自己的不同觀點。幸運的是,總有那麼一些勇敢的聲音打破沉默,希望通過真誠的溝通,搭建一個拉近香港本地生與內地生之間距離的對話橋樑 。香港中文大學博士生張婷就是其中之一。

在去年的校長對話會上,她堅持用普通話發言,表達了自己作為一名內地生在那段特殊時期的真實想法,並希望校方能切實保障非本地生的基本權益。

對於香港這座生活了3年左右的城市,張婷的感情很複雜。今次,DotDotNews點新聞邀請她來分享自己的內心想法。在暴力示威愈演愈烈的那段時期,作為內地學生的她在香港校園裏有什麼感受?香港的教育和資源分配究竟出了什麼問題?對於很多香港人的身份認同問題,她又怎麼看?想知道她希望如何為這個熱愛的城市尋找新的出路,又為什麼在談到97年香港回歸時落淚,請去片。

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