Hong Kong’s Lingnan University was ranked second in the world for its students’ ‘quality education’ – one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2020. Hong Kong’s Lingnan University was ranked second in the world for its students’ ‘quality education’ – one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2020.
Hong Kong’s Lingnan University was ranked second in the world for its students’ ‘quality education’ – one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2020.
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Critical thinking must remain end result of Hong Kong liberal studies move

  • Changes to controversial subject that aims to replace rote learning should bring some clarity, but they also need to benefit the personal and social development of students

Hong Kong’s Lingnan University was ranked second in the world for its students’ ‘quality education’ – one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2020. Hong Kong’s Lingnan University was ranked second in the world for its students’ ‘quality education’ – one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2020.
Hong Kong’s Lingnan University was ranked second in the world for its students’ ‘quality education’ – one of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2020.
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