Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says the consultancy scheme did not require publishers to make changes. Photo: Winson Wong
Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says the consultancy scheme did not require publishers to make changes. Photo: Winson Wong
Education

Hong Kong education chief denies changes to Liberal Studies textbooks amount to political censorship

  • Minister Kevin Yeung says removing ‘separation of powers’ from some teaching materials brings them in line with fact
  • Removal of descriptions of June 4 crackdown in one text was the decision of the publisher, he says, noting the vetting scheme was voluntary

Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says the consultancy scheme did not require publishers to make changes. Photo: Winson Wong
Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says the consultancy scheme did not require publishers to make changes. Photo: Winson Wong
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