Students and alumni form a human chain outside Ng Wah Catholic Secondary School, in San Po Kong in September last year. Photo: Tory Ho Students and alumni form a human chain outside Ng Wah Catholic Secondary School, in San Po Kong in September last year. Photo: Tory Ho
Students and alumni form a human chain outside Ng Wah Catholic Secondary School, in San Po Kong in September last year. Photo: Tory Ho

Hong Kong national security law: Catholic Church tells its schools in city no room for any ‘one-sided political message’ in classroom

  • City’s diocese sends letter to nearly 200 primary and secondary schools urging ‘correct understanding’ of new national security law
  • Source says letter is more of a reminder than a mandatory directive on teaching methods

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Students and alumni form a human chain outside Ng Wah Catholic Secondary School, in San Po Kong in September last year. Photo: Tory Ho Students and alumni form a human chain outside Ng Wah Catholic Secondary School, in San Po Kong in September last year. Photo: Tory Ho
Students and alumni form a human chain outside Ng Wah Catholic Secondary School, in San Po Kong in September last year. Photo: Tory Ho
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