(Left to right) Chan Kai-shing and Li Sui-hung, students of St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School, practise raising the national flag as part of the school's patriotic education activities. St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School, Diamond Hill. Photo: File (Left to right) Chan Kai-shing and Li Sui-hung, students of St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School, practise raising the national flag as part of the school's patriotic education activities. St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School, Diamond Hill. Photo: File
(Left to right) Chan Kai-shing and Li Sui-hung, students of St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School, practise raising the national flag as part of the school's patriotic education activities. St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School, Diamond Hill. Photo: File
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Instilling patriotism in the young needs more than rituals and indoctrination

  • There needs to be more constructive way to better promote the understanding of the country and the right balance of one country, two systems

(Left to right) Chan Kai-shing and Li Sui-hung, students of St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School, practise raising the national flag as part of the school's patriotic education activities. St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School, Diamond Hill. Photo: File (Left to right) Chan Kai-shing and Li Sui-hung, students of St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School, practise raising the national flag as part of the school's patriotic education activities. St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School, Diamond Hill. Photo: File
(Left to right) Chan Kai-shing and Li Sui-hung, students of St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School, practise raising the national flag as part of the school's patriotic education activities. St. Bonaventure Catholic Primary School, Diamond Hill. Photo: File
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