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

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

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