Hong Kong secondary school defends decision to suspend student who displayed protest slogan in online class

//Hong Kong secondary school defends decision to suspend student who displayed protest slogan in online class

Hong Kong secondary school defends decision to suspend student who displayed protest slogan in online class

A Hong Kong secondary school that suspended a student for displaying the political slogan “Free Hong Kong, Revolution Now” during online classes broke its silence on Monday, saying disciplinary action had been taken in accordance with Benjamin Franklin’s maxim of “love well, whip well”.Without going into details of the case, Heung To Middle School said in an internal statement to parents that its disciplinary actions were aimed at letting students reflect on their mistakes, and that the school…

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