Teachers and their supporters at an anti-government protest at Edinburgh Place in Central. Photo: K.Y. ChengTeachers and their supporters at an anti-government protest at Edinburgh Place in Central. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Teachers and their supporters at an anti-government protest at Edinburgh Place in Central. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong protests: teachers who criticised government on social media say they are living in fear

  • A teacher says mere expression of personal feelings about prevailing political situation among friends on social media may also prove costly
  • Primary school teacher and pro-democracy district councillor Law Pei-lee terms it white terror, though Education Bureau says it handles each case carefully

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Teachers and their supporters at an anti-government protest at Edinburgh Place in Central. Photo: K.Y. ChengTeachers and their supporters at an anti-government protest at Edinburgh Place in Central. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Teachers and their supporters at an anti-government protest at Edinburgh Place in Central. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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