A Form Six student reads through Liberal Studies lessons at a school in Chai Wan, in Hong Kong’s Eastern district, in March 2012. Photo: Edward WongA Form Six student reads through Liberal Studies lessons at a school in Chai Wan, in Hong Kong’s Eastern district, in March 2012. Photo: Edward Wong
A Form Six student reads through Liberal Studies lessons at a school in Chai Wan, in Hong Kong’s Eastern district, in March 2012. Photo: Edward Wong

Letters | Hong Kong’s troubles have many sources, Liberal Studies is not one of them

  • Liberal Studies teaching materials simply lay out facts, which students then have to critically evaluate
  • Removing material critical of Beijing or doing away with the subject altogether will not solve Hong Kong’s problems

Topic |   Education
A Form Six student reads through Liberal Studies lessons at a school in Chai Wan, in Hong Kong’s Eastern district, in March 2012. Photo: Edward WongA Form Six student reads through Liberal Studies lessons at a school in Chai Wan, in Hong Kong’s Eastern district, in March 2012. Photo: Edward Wong
A Form Six student reads through Liberal Studies lessons at a school in Chai Wan, in Hong Kong’s Eastern district, in March 2012. Photo: Edward Wong
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