Students, teachers and other staff from Pui Kiu Middle School in North Point take part in the national flag-raising ceremony on campus on August 5, 2019. Photo: Nora Tam Students, teachers and other staff from Pui Kiu Middle School in North Point take part in the national flag-raising ceremony on campus on August 5, 2019. Photo: Nora Tam
Students, teachers and other staff from Pui Kiu Middle School in North Point take part in the national flag-raising ceremony on campus on August 5, 2019. Photo: Nora Tam
Ken Chu
Opinion

Opinion

Ken Chu

How patriotic education can help Hong Kong youth embrace the national security law

  • Young people will still have critical thinking and freedom of expression, but within reasonable boundaries and with a proper understanding of China
  • Having a better understanding of Chinese identity and history will help students improve their lives and find opportunities on the mainland

Students, teachers and other staff from Pui Kiu Middle School in North Point take part in the national flag-raising ceremony on campus on August 5, 2019. Photo: Nora Tam Students, teachers and other staff from Pui Kiu Middle School in North Point take part in the national flag-raising ceremony on campus on August 5, 2019. Photo: Nora Tam
Students, teachers and other staff from Pui Kiu Middle School in North Point take part in the national flag-raising ceremony on campus on August 5, 2019. Photo: Nora Tam
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Ken Chu

Ken Chu

Ken Chu (LLD) is the chairman and CEO of Mission Hills Group with businesses in hospitality, leisure, entertainment, sports, wellness and education in China. Born in Hong Kong, he graduated from the Western University in Canada. He feels fortunate to have witnessed the success of China’s economic reform, and firmly believes Hong Kong will continue to be a leading global metropolis.