Why Hong Kong’s leading education reformer is thinking of turning to TikTok

//Why Hong Kong’s leading education reformer is thinking of turning to TikTok

Why Hong Kong’s leading education reformer is thinking of turning to TikTok

Heading south: I was born in 1944 in Kunming (Yunnan province), in the area unoccupied by Japanese. I got the “ming” in my name from Kunming. With victory in 1945, our family moved to Shanghai, my mother’s home city. My mother’s sister was married to a rich businessman and I think he helped arrange for us to fly to Shanghai in a United States aeroplane. My father’s bosses at the bank decided to start an import-export company and my dad’s job was to manage the Hong Kong branch. In March 1949, we…

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