Secondary school students wave their cell phone flashlights and cover one eye at a demonstration in Central district of Hong Kong on August 22, 2019. Their gesture expressed solidarity with a young woman who was severely injured in the eye during an anti-government rally on August 11. Photo: EPA-EFE Secondary school students wave their cell phone flashlights and cover one eye at a demonstration in Central district of Hong Kong on August 22, 2019. Their gesture expressed solidarity with a young woman who was severely injured in the eye during an anti-government rally on August 11. Photo: EPA-EFE
Secondary school students wave their cell phone flashlights and cover one eye at a demonstration in Central district of Hong Kong on August 22, 2019. Their gesture expressed solidarity with a young woman who was severely injured in the eye during an anti-government rally on August 11. Photo: EPA-EFE
Carrie Lam

Letters | Hong Kong schools: is gag on teachers a fair price to pay for stability?

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Secondary school students wave their cell phone flashlights and cover one eye at a demonstration in Central district of Hong Kong on August 22, 2019. Their gesture expressed solidarity with a young woman who was severely injured in the eye during an anti-government rally on August 11. Photo: EPA-EFE Secondary school students wave their cell phone flashlights and cover one eye at a demonstration in Central district of Hong Kong on August 22, 2019. Their gesture expressed solidarity with a young woman who was severely injured in the eye during an anti-government rally on August 11. Photo: EPA-EFE
Secondary school students wave their cell phone flashlights and cover one eye at a demonstration in Central district of Hong Kong on August 22, 2019. Their gesture expressed solidarity with a young woman who was severely injured in the eye during an anti-government rally on August 11. Photo: EPA-EFE
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