Secondary school principal Teddy Tang says the Polytechnic University unrest left him heartbroken. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Secondary school principal Teddy Tang says the Polytechnic University unrest left him heartbroken. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Secondary school principal Teddy Tang says the Polytechnic University unrest left him heartbroken. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong school principals’ leader wants amnesty for protest-related arrests, on both sides

  • Chairman of Hong Kong Association of the Heads of Secondary Schools helped convince 300 underage protesters to leave besieged Polytechnic University campus
  • Teddy Tang said incident made him realise that finding common ground was essential to solving political crisis

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Secondary school principal Teddy Tang says the Polytechnic University unrest left him heartbroken. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Secondary school principal Teddy Tang says the Polytechnic University unrest left him heartbroken. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Secondary school principal Teddy Tang says the Polytechnic University unrest left him heartbroken. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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