Pupils from schools in Mid-Levels form a human chain as part of last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Nora TamPupils from schools in Mid-Levels form a human chain as part of last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Nora Tam
Pupils from schools in Mid-Levels form a human chain as part of last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Nora Tam

National security law protests, ‘propaganda’ songs have no place in Hong Kong schools, says education minister Kevin Yeung

  • While the bureau will not create a list of banned songs, ‘schools should know’ which ones cross the line into political territory, Yeung says
  • Officials will develop teaching materials for schools on new law and provide training for teachers on using them
Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Pupils from schools in Mid-Levels form a human chain as part of last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Nora TamPupils from schools in Mid-Levels form a human chain as part of last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Nora Tam
Pupils from schools in Mid-Levels form a human chain as part of last year’s anti-government protests. Photo: Nora Tam
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