A poster spells out all the virtues that students can imbibe from teachers, at a demonstration in Hong Kong’s Central business district on January 3 sparked by the government’s handling of protest-related complaints against educators. Photo: K.Y. Cheng A poster spells out all the virtues that students can imbibe from teachers, at a demonstration in Hong Kong’s Central business district on January 3 sparked by the government’s handling of protest-related complaints against educators. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A poster spells out all the virtues that students can imbibe from teachers, at a demonstration in Hong Kong’s Central business district on January 3 sparked by the government’s handling of protest-related complaints against educators. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong protests

Letters | Why it’s wrong to blame Hong Kong’s protest crisis on teachers and liberal studies

  • Liberal studies, which encourages in-depth analysis and debate, can foster longer lasting values than simple indoctrination

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
A poster spells out all the virtues that students can imbibe from teachers, at a demonstration in Hong Kong’s Central business district on January 3 sparked by the government’s handling of protest-related complaints against educators. Photo: K.Y. Cheng A poster spells out all the virtues that students can imbibe from teachers, at a demonstration in Hong Kong’s Central business district on January 3 sparked by the government’s handling of protest-related complaints against educators. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A poster spells out all the virtues that students can imbibe from teachers, at a demonstration in Hong Kong’s Central business district on January 3 sparked by the government’s handling of protest-related complaints against educators. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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