Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung wants principals to investigate teachers arrested in relation to the protests, to protect the welfare of children and the wider school community. Photo: May Tse Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung wants principals to investigate teachers arrested in relation to the protests, to protect the welfare of children and the wider school community. Photo: May Tse
Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung wants principals to investigate teachers arrested in relation to the protests, to protect the welfare of children and the wider school community. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong protests: arrested teacher suspended following appeal from government

  • Suspension comes after education chief tells principals to assess risks posed by staff accused of protest-related offences
  • Teacher, 31, appears before magistrates on Wednesday charged with possessing an instrument fit for unlawful purposes

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung wants principals to investigate teachers arrested in relation to the protests, to protect the welfare of children and the wider school community. Photo: May Tse Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung wants principals to investigate teachers arrested in relation to the protests, to protect the welfare of children and the wider school community. Photo: May Tse
Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung wants principals to investigate teachers arrested in relation to the protests, to protect the welfare of children and the wider school community. Photo: May Tse
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