National Education

The Hong Kong government has sought since 2007 to introduce "national education" courses into primary and secondary school curriculum, aimed at strengthening students' "national identity awareness" and nurturing patriotism towards China. The programme has met with increasing public opposition in recent years, with many in Hong Kong seeing it as a brainwashing attempt by the Chinese Communist Party to suppress dissent. 

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PUBLISHED : Sunday, 02 September, 2012, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 02 September, 2012, 2:33am

Put your trousers back on and think why these kids have to do the things you are supposed to do

Porn website ThisAV urges users to support the group Scholarism in its protest against national education


I'm here to learn and obviously draw some attention to what's going on here

Mitt Romney, during a visit to America's hurricane-battered Gulf region


I have to take some days off otherwise this will kill me

Li Na declares she will take a break from tennis after losing to Britain's Laura Robson at the US Open


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