The review of liberal studies textbooks is still seen as not going far enough for those who blame the subject for radicalising the youngsters. Photo: ShutterstockThe review of liberal studies textbooks is still seen as not going far enough for those who blame the subject for radicalising the youngsters. Photo: Shutterstock
The review of liberal studies textbooks is still seen as not going far enough for those who blame the subject for radicalising the youngsters. Photo: Shutterstock
SCMP Editorial
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Editorial by SCMP Editorial

There is still a place for liberal learning

  • There are concerns that amendments made to liberal studies textbooks by Hong Kong authorities are bordering on censorship and stifling discussion and critical thinking

The review of liberal studies textbooks is still seen as not going far enough for those who blame the subject for radicalising the youngsters. Photo: ShutterstockThe review of liberal studies textbooks is still seen as not going far enough for those who blame the subject for radicalising the youngsters. Photo: Shutterstock
The review of liberal studies textbooks is still seen as not going far enough for those who blame the subject for radicalising the youngsters. Photo: Shutterstock
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