Hong Kong’s Open University head suggests national security law courses could be mandatory for students

//Hong Kong’s Open University head suggests national security law courses could be mandatory for students

Hong Kong’s Open University head suggests national security law courses could be mandatory for students

The new president of the Open University of Hong Kong has said courses on national security may be made mandatory for students, adding that learning about the Beijing-imposed legislation could prevent them from “getting into trouble”.Paul Lam Kwan-sing, 61, who took the helm at the city’s biggest self-financing university this month, also said at his first meeting with the press on Thursday that he hoped the move to rename the institution the Hong Kong Metropolitan University would better…

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