Kaitlyn Yu Ching, a Form One student at HKUGA College, attends an online physical education class from her home in Tai Koo. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Kaitlyn Yu Ching, a Form One student at HKUGA College, attends an online physical education class from her home in Tai Koo. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Kaitlyn Yu Ching, a Form One student at HKUGA College, attends an online physical education class from her home in Tai Koo. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Coronavirus: Hong Kong students adapt to online learning amid class suspension over pandemic

  • Hong Kong’s biggest online learning experience for students so far is progressing steadily, teachers and principals say
  • But some students, mainly from low-income families, are struggling with lack of infrastructure, such as computers and high-speed internet, at home

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Kaitlyn Yu Ching, a Form One student at HKUGA College, attends an online physical education class from her home in Tai Koo. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Kaitlyn Yu Ching, a Form One student at HKUGA College, attends an online physical education class from her home in Tai Koo. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Kaitlyn Yu Ching, a Form One student at HKUGA College, attends an online physical education class from her home in Tai Koo. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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