Chan Ho-him

Chan Ho-him is a reporter for the Hong Kong desk focused on covering education policies. He joined the Post in 2019. Prior to that, he was an investigative reporter at Ming Pao.
Chan Ho-him
Chan Ho-him is a reporter for the Hong Kong desk focused on covering education policies. He joined the Post in 2019. Prior to that, he was an investigative reporter at Ming Pao.

Latest from Chan Ho-him

Hong Kong Minimum Wage Commission refuses to rule out freeze due to economic threat from protests and US-China trade war

Chairwoman Priscilla Wong says government-appointed body can’t guarantee increase and dismisses calls for annual review.

15 Oct 2019 - 10:20PM

Chairwoman Priscilla Wong says government-appointed body can’t guarantee increase and dismisses calls for annual review.

Hong Kong Minimum Wage Commission refuses to rule out freeze due to economic threat from protests and US-China trade war
Hong Kong protests: two schools pledge not to expel arrested pupils, following lead of other institutions

At least 26 people, mostly students, were arrested during protests in Fanling on Sunday, according to North district councillor.

14 Oct 2019 - 11:35PM

At least 26 people, mostly students, were arrested during protests in Fanling on Sunday, according to North district councillor.

Hong Kong protests: two schools  pledge not to expel arrested pupils, following lead of other institutions
Open University pushes back on Hong Kong police after officers allegedly arrive unannounced on campus to body search student

President Wong Yuk-shan tells students he ‘would never want any law enforcement officers to enter the campus under normal circumstances’.

12 Oct 2019 - 4:11AM

President Wong Yuk-shan tells students he ‘would never want any law enforcement officers to enter the campus under normal circumstances’.

Open University pushes back on Hong Kong police after officers allegedly arrive unannounced on campus to body search student
Protesting Hong Kong students warned they could be taking part in an illegal assembly by forming a human chain outside school

Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung also urged students to take care of their own safety when joining events outside the school gates.

11 Oct 2019 - 11:17PM

Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung also urged students to take care of their own safety when joining events outside the school gates.

Protesting Hong Kong students warned they could be taking part in an illegal assembly by forming a human chain outside school
Hong Kong police to investigate female student’s claim of sexual assault by officers after Chinese University head grilled by hundreds of her angry peers

Rocky Tuan’s replies to questions pressuring him to condemn alleged police brutality interrupted by some who chant slogans, point laser pens, shout profanities and sing protest songs.

11 Oct 2019 - 3:52PM

Rocky Tuan’s replies to questions pressuring him to condemn alleged police brutality interrupted by some who chant slogans, point laser pens, shout profanities and sing protest songs.

Hong Kong police to investigate female student’s claim of sexual assault by officers after Chinese University head grilled by hundreds of her angry peers
Hong Kong Community College lecturer replaced after anti-protester comments prompt heckling and tense stand-off in classroom

Chan Wai-keung surrounded and heckled by more than 100 students, but refuses to be silenced, saying ‘Everyone is entitled to his or her views.’

10 Oct 2019 - 8:36AM

Chan Wai-keung surrounded and heckled by more than 100 students, but refuses to be silenced, saying ‘Everyone is entitled to his or her views.’

Hong Kong Community College lecturer replaced after anti-protester comments prompt heckling and tense stand-off in classroom
Hong Kong school says it will not expel second teen shot by police during anti-mask protest, even if he is convicted of crime

Chong Gene Hang College in Chai Wan vice-principal says school has responsibility to lead pupil to ‘right path’, and will not expel him even if he is found guilty of rioting and assaulting police.

8 Oct 2019 - 11:09PM

Chong Gene Hang College in Chai Wan vice-principal says school has responsibility to lead pupil to ‘right path’, and will not expel him even if he is found guilty of rioting and assaulting police.

Hong Kong school says it will not expel second teen shot by police during anti-mask protest, even if he is convicted of crime
Hong Kong school week kicks off with citywide student protests against anti-mask law arrests

Hundreds have formed human chains and staged sit-ins at schools across the city

8 Oct 2019 - 11:41PM

Hundreds have formed human chains and staged sit-ins at schools across the city

Hong Kong school week kicks off with citywide student protests against anti-mask law arrests
Hong Kong protests: tear gas, arrests and train stations trashed as anger over new anti-mask law rolls in fourth straight day

Hundreds gather in Tai Koo, Mong Kok and Tseung Kwan O, setting up roadblocks in some spots, while riot police fire tear gas and non-lethal rounds.

8 Oct 2019 - 6:40AM

Hundreds gather in Tai Koo, Mong Kok and Tseung Kwan O, setting up roadblocks in some spots, while riot police fire tear gas and non-lethal rounds.

Hong Kong protests: tear gas, arrests and train stations trashed as anger over new anti-mask law rolls in fourth straight day
Hong Kong secondary schools told to inform government how many students wear masks on first day back

Education Bureau compels schools to release information on number of students who boycott classes, wear masks, or take part in ‘special incidents’.

7 Oct 2019 - 10:31PM

Education Bureau compels schools to release information on number of students who boycott classes, wear masks, or take part in ‘special incidents’.

Hong Kong secondary schools told to inform government how many students wear masks on first day back
Education Bureau urges Hong Kong’s headmasters to get students to heed anti-mask law

In a letter to schools, the bureau says masks should not be worn to schools except for health or religious reasons.

5 Oct 2019 - 12:02AM

In a letter to schools, the bureau says masks should not be worn to schools except for health or religious reasons.

Education Bureau urges Hong Kong’s headmasters to get students to heed anti-mask law
Hong Kong protest crisis extends to schools with student actions at Chinese University, Mong Kok secondary school and college attended by shooting victim

At secondary school in Mong Kok, students denounce the handling of a singing battle, while Chinese University students storm the faculty building.

4 Oct 2019 - 8:00AM

At secondary school in Mong Kok, students denounce the handling of a singing battle, while Chinese University students storm the faculty building.

Hong Kong protest crisis extends to schools with student actions at Chinese University, Mong Kok secondary school and college attended by shooting victim
Hong Kong protests: angry mobs go on night-time rampage amid outrage over shooting of school pupil during violent National Day clashes

As darkness fell, angry mobs dug up bricks, blocked roads, started fires, vandalised train stations and targeted mainland Chinese-linked businesses.

3 Oct 2019 - 10:12AM

As darkness fell, angry mobs dug up bricks, blocked roads, started fires, vandalised train stations and targeted mainland Chinese-linked businesses.

Hong Kong protests: angry mobs go on night-time rampage amid outrage over shooting of school pupil during violent National Day clashes
Schoolmates of Hong Kong teen shot by police hold sit-in as college faces pressure to condemn force

Hundreds of pupils and alumni gather near Tsuen Wan Public Ho Chuen Yiu Memorial College to show support for Tsang Chi-kin, who is in a stable condition.

2 Oct 2019 - 7:52PM

Hundreds of pupils and alumni gather near Tsuen Wan Public Ho Chuen Yiu Memorial College to show support for Tsang Chi-kin, who is in a stable condition.

Schoolmates of Hong Kong teen shot by police hold sit-in as college faces pressure to condemn force
Secondary school students hold second ‘class strike’ to urge Hong Kong government to meet protesters’ five demands

Organisers say 1,500 students attended second ‘class strike’ in September – but police estimate 450 at most.

1 Oct 2019 - 4:47AM

Organisers say 1,500 students attended second ‘class strike’ in September – but police estimate 450 at most.

Secondary school students hold second ‘class strike’ to urge Hong Kong government to meet protesters’ five demands
Hong Kong police caution against rise in arrests of students over anti-government protests

About 38 per cent of all the people arrested in September over anti-government protests are secondary school or university students, police say.

28 Sep 2019 - 5:46AM

About 38 per cent of all the people arrested in September over anti-government protests are secondary school or university students, police say.

Hong Kong police caution against rise in arrests of students over anti-government protests