Liberal studies was introduced in 2009 as a compulsory subject for Hong Kong’s senior secondary pupils to strengthen their critical thinking. Some teaching materials have lately been deemed biased and blamed by pro-Beijing figures for radicalising students. Photo: Dickson LeeLiberal studies was introduced in 2009 as a compulsory subject for Hong Kong’s senior secondary pupils to strengthen their critical thinking. Some teaching materials have lately been deemed biased and blamed by pro-Beijing figures for radicalising students. Photo: Dickson Lee
Liberal studies was introduced in 2009 as a compulsory subject for Hong Kong’s senior secondary pupils to strengthen their critical thinking. Some teaching materials have lately been deemed biased and blamed by pro-Beijing figures for radicalising students. Photo: Dickson Lee

Letters | No cause for ‘political censorship’ paranoia over Hong Kong liberal studies review

  • The subject aims to help youngsters distinguish between fact and opinion, which is crucial in independent thinking. Information provided should be neutral so as not to affect judgment

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Liberal studies was introduced in 2009 as a compulsory subject for Hong Kong’s senior secondary pupils to strengthen their critical thinking. Some teaching materials have lately been deemed biased and blamed by pro-Beijing figures for radicalising students. Photo: Dickson LeeLiberal studies was introduced in 2009 as a compulsory subject for Hong Kong’s senior secondary pupils to strengthen their critical thinking. Some teaching materials have lately been deemed biased and blamed by pro-Beijing figures for radicalising students. Photo: Dickson Lee
Liberal studies was introduced in 2009 as a compulsory subject for Hong Kong’s senior secondary pupils to strengthen their critical thinking. Some teaching materials have lately been deemed biased and blamed by pro-Beijing figures for radicalising students. Photo: Dickson Lee
READ FULL ARTICLE
Close
We need your support

Advertising helps us continue to provide quality content. Help support us by disabling your adblocker on our site.

How to whitelist us:
  1. 1
    Click on the AdBlock icon at the top right corner of your browser.
    For iOS, go to Settings/Safari/Content Blockers and turn it off.

    For Android, go to your Ad blocker app/Settings and turn it off.
  2. 2
    Click Enabled on this site until the text reads Disabled on this site.
  3. 2
    Click the cross icon on the top right corner to close this window and refresh the page.
  4. 3
    Click the cross icon on the top right corner to close this window and refresh the page.