Primary school students in a Wan Chai school pray for the Covid-19 pandemic to ease before class on June 8. Photo: Nora TamPrimary school students in a Wan Chai school pray for the Covid-19 pandemic to ease before class on June 8. Photo: Nora Tam
Primary school students in a Wan Chai school pray for the Covid-19 pandemic to ease before class on June 8. Photo: Nora Tam
Alice Wu
Opinion

Opinion

Alice Wu

As Hong Kong’s busy children return to schools, time to rethink the point of education

  • We should stop being so overly competitive that we break our children and risk mental health problems. Teaching kindness and consideration instead would increase resilience – and the chance of happiness

Primary school students in a Wan Chai school pray for the Covid-19 pandemic to ease before class on June 8. Photo: Nora TamPrimary school students in a Wan Chai school pray for the Covid-19 pandemic to ease before class on June 8. Photo: Nora Tam
Primary school students in a Wan Chai school pray for the Covid-19 pandemic to ease before class on June 8. Photo: Nora Tam
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