Compulsory courses not the best way to promote understanding of Hong Kong national security: outgoing Baptist University chief

//Compulsory courses not the best way to promote understanding of Hong Kong national security: outgoing Baptist University chief

Compulsory courses not the best way to promote understanding of Hong Kong national security: outgoing Baptist University chief

Forcing students to take compulsory courses is not the best way to get them to learn about national security, according to Baptist University’s outgoing president Roland Chin Tai-hong.Taking an integrated approach might be better, he said, by explaining the concept of national security in the context of culture, history and global affairs through discussion and debate.“In universities, we don’t do spoon-feeding,” he told the Post in an interview last week. “If we just have students reciting the…

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