A group of children visit Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island on July 14. Children do not just learn from books or the internet. They imitate what they see and hear. Photo: Winson Wong A group of children visit Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island on July 14. Children do not just learn from books or the internet. They imitate what they see and hear. Photo: Winson Wong
A group of children visit Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island on July 14. Children do not just learn from books or the internet. They imitate what they see and hear. Photo: Winson Wong
Education

Letters | As coronavirus compels Hong Kong schools to switch to online learning, is moral education also keeping up?

  • Instilling positive virtues in our children is as essential as teaching them to read and write. Adults must teach by example and demonstrate conduct that builds character and strengthens the social fabric

Topic |   Education
A group of children visit Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island on July 14. Children do not just learn from books or the internet. They imitate what they see and hear. Photo: Winson Wong A group of children visit Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island on July 14. Children do not just learn from books or the internet. They imitate what they see and hear. Photo: Winson Wong
A group of children visit Hong Kong Disneyland on Lantau Island on July 14. Children do not just learn from books or the internet. They imitate what they see and hear. Photo: Winson Wong
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