Children playing in Hong Kong’s Velodrome Park in Tseung Kwan O on May 13. Why is Hong Kong not following Beijing’s moves to reduce student workloads and crack down on private tutoring? Photo: May Tse
Children playing in Hong Kong’s Velodrome Park in Tseung Kwan O on May 13. Why is Hong Kong not following Beijing’s moves to reduce student workloads and crack down on private tutoring? Photo: May Tse

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Children playing in Hong Kong’s Velodrome Park in Tseung Kwan O on May 13. Why is Hong Kong not following Beijing’s moves to reduce student workloads and crack down on private tutoring? Photo: May Tse
Children playing in Hong Kong’s Velodrome Park in Tseung Kwan O on May 13. Why is Hong Kong not following Beijing’s moves to reduce student workloads and crack down on private tutoring? Photo: May Tse
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