The Cross Harbour Tunnel remained shut on Thursday because of extensive damage, authorities said. None of us inside are guilty," Michelle, a year-old student, said on the campus of Polytechnic University on the Kowloon peninsula. The university, in the centre of the bustling Kowloon peninsula, is the last campus still occupied by activists during a week that saw the most intense violence since the anti-government demonstrations escalated more than five months ago. Some protesters have surrendered while others were held during escape attempts that included clambering down from a bridge to waiting motorbikes and fleeing through the sewers. Much of the campus is damaged, with rooms vandalised and windows shattered. The protesters say that they are angry at the way the MTR, Hong Kong's public rail network, has helped riot police, and that shutting down key infrastructure forces the government to listen to their demands for universal suffrage and an independent inquiry into police violence, among other things. Graffiti sprayed on campus buildings read: "I have nothing to lose. In the past two weeks, protesters have torched buildings and public infrastructure, including a footbridge and toll booths at the city's Cross Harbour Tunnel linking Hong Kong island to the Kowloon peninsula. I have no stake in the society," summing up the mood felt by many of the protesters on Thursday morning.
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