Students from a low-income family study via an online class at home in Tsuen Wan amid the coronavirus pandemic on January 18. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Students from a low-income family study via an online class at home in Tsuen Wan amid the coronavirus pandemic on January 18. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Students from a low-income family study via an online class at home in Tsuen Wan amid the coronavirus pandemic on January 18. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Pauline Yeung
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Pauline Yeung

Marriage of education and technology a silver lining amid coronavirus pandemic

  • The melding of education and technology is here to stay, and its benefits for students, schools and the economy are just beginning to be understood
  • Fiscal policy and financial incentives that keep up with the times represent a win-win for the people and the government as well as an investment in our future

Students from a low-income family study via an online class at home in Tsuen Wan amid the coronavirus pandemic on January 18. Photo: K.Y. Cheng Students from a low-income family study via an online class at home in Tsuen Wan amid the coronavirus pandemic on January 18. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Students from a low-income family study via an online class at home in Tsuen Wan amid the coronavirus pandemic on January 18. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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Pauline Yeung

Pauline Yeung

Pauline Yeung is programme director at the Asia Business Council. She began her career at Morgan Stanley and previously served as political assistant to Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury in the Hong Kong SAR government. She is an arts enthusiast, a proud polyglot, and a keen observer of international affairs.