Children play with toy guns as a member of the Railway Response Team looks in a model of a Hong Kong MTR station during an open day to mark National Security Education Day. Photo: Reuters Children play with toy guns as a member of the Railway Response Team looks in a model of a Hong Kong MTR station during an open day to mark National Security Education Day. Photo: Reuters
Children play with toy guns as a member of the Railway Response Team looks in a model of a Hong Kong MTR station during an open day to mark National Security Education Day. Photo: Reuters
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Toy guns at Hong Kong police open day miss target

  • Organising an event focusing on national security education has its challenges, but providing children with uniforms and teaching them marching drills may be better than stressing armed operations

Children play with toy guns as a member of the Railway Response Team looks in a model of a Hong Kong MTR station during an open day to mark National Security Education Day. Photo: Reuters Children play with toy guns as a member of the Railway Response Team looks in a model of a Hong Kong MTR station during an open day to mark National Security Education Day. Photo: Reuters
Children play with toy guns as a member of the Railway Response Team looks in a model of a Hong Kong MTR station during an open day to mark National Security Education Day. Photo: Reuters
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