Lau Tsz-kei, Baptist University student union president, apologises for his use of foul language during a stand-off on campus, after talks with the school to resolve the row over compulsory Mandarin courses. Photo: Edward Wong

Unruly students in Hong Kong are the product of a failed education system devoid of rich reading 

Philip Yeung says the rowdy student protest at Baptist University shows secondary schools have failed to cultivate a moral compass in young people. A rich reading programme for both teachers and students would remedy this

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Lau Tsz-kei, Baptist University student union president, apologises for his use of foul language during a stand-off on campus, after talks with the school to resolve the row over compulsory Mandarin courses. Photo: Edward Wong
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