Chung Yick’s favourite subject at school is philosophy. People in France start to learn philosophy at quite a young age, I think this could be something of reference value to us in Hong Kong. By studying philosophy,He wants to find the answer to the question figure out why people should care about the livelihoods of others and reinforce his belief in caring and helping. Photo: Nora Tam Chung Yick’s favourite subject at school is philosophy. People in France start to learn philosophy at quite a young age, I think this could be something of reference value to us in Hong Kong. By studying philosophy,He wants to find the answer to the question figure out why people should care about the livelihoods of others and reinforce his belief in caring and helping. Photo: Nora Tam
Chung Yick’s favourite subject at school is philosophy. People in France start to learn philosophy at quite a young age, I think this could be something of reference value to us in Hong Kong. By studying philosophy,He wants to find the answer to the question figure out why people should care about the livelihoods of others and reinforce his belief in caring and helping. Photo: Nora Tam

Class of ’97: Chung Yick got a top score in Hong Kong’s secondary school diploma, but says education system needs improving

Chung Yick studied political theory as he thought it was answer to Hong Kong’s many problems, but after witnessing the Basic Law saga, he is now leaning toward an academic approach

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Chung Yick’s favourite subject at school is philosophy. People in France start to learn philosophy at quite a young age, I think this could be something of reference value to us in Hong Kong. By studying philosophy,He wants to find the answer to the question figure out why people should care about the livelihoods of others and reinforce his belief in caring and helping. Photo: Nora Tam Chung Yick’s favourite subject at school is philosophy. People in France start to learn philosophy at quite a young age, I think this could be something of reference value to us in Hong Kong. By studying philosophy,He wants to find the answer to the question figure out why people should care about the livelihoods of others and reinforce his belief in caring and helping. Photo: Nora Tam
Chung Yick’s favourite subject at school is philosophy. People in France start to learn philosophy at quite a young age, I think this could be something of reference value to us in Hong Kong. By studying philosophy,He wants to find the answer to the question figure out why people should care about the livelihoods of others and reinforce his belief in caring and helping. Photo: Nora Tam
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