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Perspective: where the system has gone wrong
Perspective: German vocational training model is worth studying
Perspectives: studying our legal system could benefit mainland
Perspectives: Student protests betray a deep seated arrogance
Perspective: universities must encourage students to read broadly
Opinion: Character building starts from an early age
Can Hong Kong graduates cope in the workplace?

Just how tough are our university students?

27 Sep 2013 - 5:44PM

Just how tough are our university students?

Can Hong Kong graduates cope in the workplace?
Students, not institutions, will improve English classes

Learning English can be a parental obsession, a student's headache and a businessman's opportunity. 

11 Mar 2013 - 10:34AM

Learning English can be a parental obsession, a student's headache and a businessman's opportunity. 

Students, not institutions, will improve English classes
Edward Chen's liberal arts dream is still alive

More than a decade ago, Professor Edward Chen Kwan-yiu was appointed president of Lingnan University. In a press conference, he announced that Lingnan was to be a liberal arts college different from the others locally. Many people in the education field were excited.

1 Apr 2013 - 9:52AM

More than a decade ago, Professor Edward Chen Kwan-yiu was appointed president of Lingnan University. In a press conference, he announced that Lingnan was to be a liberal arts college different from the others locally. Many people in the education field were excited.

Edward Chen's liberal arts dream is still alive
In praise of the liberal arts

The Latin term studia humanitatis is probably unfamiliar to most people. But what about artes liberalis, the medieval name for liberal arts?

3 Jun 2013 - 10:20AM

The Latin term studia humanitatis is probably unfamiliar to most people. But what about artes liberalis, the medieval name for liberal arts?

In praise of the liberal arts
Roots of liberal studies

The liberal studies exam in this year's Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education examination, under way until early next month, contained the previously taboo topic of the June 4 crackdown in Tiananmen Square.

29 Apr 2013 - 9:43AM

The liberal studies exam in this year's Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education examination, under way until early next month, contained the previously taboo topic of the June 4 crackdown in Tiananmen Square.

Roots of liberal studies
A university chief must be his own man

It was a colourful event: Lingnan University had to select a new president, and the university council held a consultative meeting at which councillors were to choose a candidate.

1 Jul 2013 - 11:20AM

It was a colourful event: Lingnan University had to select a new president, and the university council held a consultative meeting at which councillors were to choose a candidate.

A university chief must be his own man
Perspective: How can Hong Kong lift language barrier facing minorities?
Vice chancellors must protect students' right to protest