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Hongkong singer Dominic Chow, who rose to fame in the '80s for having a voice that resembles Cantopop legend Sam Hui’s, has alleged that a special needs school his son is studying in is abusing its students.

The 60-year-old shared that his suspicions were aroused when he was notified that his son had a broken toe on his right foot.

Dominic's 21-year-old son Zhou Jie is autistic and is attending a special needs school in Tung Wah. The singer also has a daughter and another son.

A few days later, the school contacted Dominic again when CCTV footage revealed that Zhou Jie has been assaulted in the school dormitory. The latter was said to have had his hair pulled, throat pinched, and was even shoved against a wall.

On October 14, Dominic lodged a police report as he suspects that his son is getting beaten up in school frequently. He also wrote multiple posts on his Facebook to expose the school.

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