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CUHK Democracy Wall Plastered with Images of Suen Yat-sen and School Founder Despite Shutdown<\/b>After the Chinese University Student Union announced its disbandment on Oct 7, the school administration quickly barricaded off the student union's "Democracy Wall" in the school's Cultural Ground area.However, the wall was made over on Double Ten Day (Oct 10). Staff and students arrived to find the wall plastered with portraits of Suen Yat-Sen, recognized in both China and Taiwan as the founding father of modern China, as well as Qian Mu, founder of New Asia College - which later became a member college of CUHK. Many passers-by stopped to take photos.A message on the wall supporting the student union was vandalized with scribbles in simplified Chinese: "Subverting the state is a serious crime; it will ruin your future!" The message is now flanked by portraits of Suen Yat-sen, leader of the revolution.#SuenYatSen<\/a> #CUHK<\/a> Source: In-Media HKhttps:\/\/bit.ly\/3AqsDvl<\/a><\/div>\n\n