A pair of schools have said Hong Kong secession is not a taboo subject on its sites, but discussions should be only be objective and academic in nature. Photo: HandoutA pair of schools have said Hong Kong secession is not a taboo subject on its sites, but discussions should be only be objective and academic in nature. Photo: Handout
A pair of schools have said Hong Kong secession is not a taboo subject on its sites, but discussions should be only be objective and academic in nature. Photo: Handout

National security law: Hong Kong independence ‘not off-limits’ in classroom discussions, head of two elite schools says

  • While not taboo on campus, the topic must only be discussed in academic way that does not promote the idea, Stephen Chow says
  • Head of the Wah Yan colleges is among those preparing for pupils’ return to school under the national security legislation

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
A pair of schools have said Hong Kong secession is not a taboo subject on its sites, but discussions should be only be objective and academic in nature. Photo: HandoutA pair of schools have said Hong Kong secession is not a taboo subject on its sites, but discussions should be only be objective and academic in nature. Photo: Handout
A pair of schools have said Hong Kong secession is not a taboo subject on its sites, but discussions should be only be objective and academic in nature. Photo: Handout
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