Hong Kong teachers planning to police themselves when it comes to sensitive topics and the national security law

//Hong Kong teachers planning to police themselves when it comes to sensitive topics and the national security law

Hong Kong teachers planning to police themselves when it comes to sensitive topics and the national security law

Hong Kong teachers are planning to drop sensitive topics, avoid discussing social problems in China and stop holding events to commemorate the 1989 Tiananmen crackdown amid simmering fears surrounding the Beijing-imposed national security law.Teachers spoke to the Post about their cautious approach, while Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung Yun-hung revealed in an interview with a mainland media platform that all primary and secondary schools would be given a set of 48 books to boost pupils’…

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