Liberal studies textbooks from six publishers have undergone voluntary vetting, offered by the Hong Kong Education Bureau this year. Photo: Chan Ho-him Liberal studies textbooks from six publishers have undergone voluntary vetting, offered by the Hong Kong Education Bureau this year. Photo: Chan Ho-him
Liberal studies textbooks from six publishers have undergone voluntary vetting, offered by the Hong Kong Education Bureau this year. Photo: Chan Ho-him
Carrie Lam

Letters | Hong Kong’s separation of powers row shows students must not think for themselves

  • The Hong Kong education system does not encourage students to think deeper but be spoon-fed with what is required for exams. The current turn of events is perfect proof of this

Topic |   Carrie Lam
Liberal studies textbooks from six publishers have undergone voluntary vetting, offered by the Hong Kong Education Bureau this year. Photo: Chan Ho-him Liberal studies textbooks from six publishers have undergone voluntary vetting, offered by the Hong Kong Education Bureau this year. Photo: Chan Ho-him
Liberal studies textbooks from six publishers have undergone voluntary vetting, offered by the Hong Kong Education Bureau this year. Photo: Chan Ho-him
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