Richmond Secondary School in British Columbia, Canada, and a copy of an anonymous letter to a pupil that branded the Hong Kong protests “evil”. Photos: Twitter

Hong Kong tensions trigger meetings with Canadian school principals, after anonymous pro-communist letter warns pupil of ‘consequences’

  • Richmond School District steps in after a reported fight between pupils, and the emergence of a letter about Hong Kong’s ‘evil’ protests
  • The letter, calling Hongkongers ‘disgraceful and cowardly’, was reportedly attached to a Grade 8 pupil’s locker
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Richmond Secondary School in British Columbia, Canada, and a copy of an anonymous letter to a pupil that branded the Hong Kong protests “evil”. Photos: Twitter
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Ian Young

Ian Young

Ian Young is the Post's Vancouver correspondent. A journalist for more than 20 years, he worked for Australian newspapers and the London Evening Standard before arriving in Hong Kong in 1997. There he won or shared awards for excellence in investigative reporting and human rights reporting, and the HK News Awards Scoop of the Year. He moved to Canada with his wife in 2010.