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While Hong Kong’s government is hoping that the start of the new school year this week will limit students’ time to take to the streets, demonstrators have vowed to continue with the protests and to spread their message on campuses.

Student groups are planning a range of civil actions including class boycotts and rallies in the first two weeks of September. The increasingly violent protests, sparked by Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s proposal to introduce a law allowing extradition between China, Taiwan and Macao, have continued for more than three months.

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