Education minister Kevin Yeung (second left) with Permanent Secretary for Education Michelle Li Mei-sheung (left) and technology minister Alfred Sit Wing-hang (second right) and Permanent Secretary for Innovation and Technology Annie Choi Suk-han. Photo: Sam Tsang Education minister Kevin Yeung (second left) with Permanent Secretary for Education Michelle Li Mei-sheung (left) and technology minister Alfred Sit Wing-hang (second right) and Permanent Secretary for Innovation and Technology Annie Choi Suk-han. Photo: Sam Tsang
Education minister Kevin Yeung (second left) with Permanent Secretary for Education Michelle Li Mei-sheung (left) and technology minister Alfred Sit Wing-hang (second right) and Permanent Secretary for Innovation and Technology Annie Choi Suk-han. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong to rename liberal studies and require students visit mainland China under wide-reaching reforms to subject

  • Pupils will also be marked as either pass or fail and all textbooks undergo government vetting, says Kevin Yeung
  • Some teachers express alarm over the changes, noting not all align with suggestions made in a three-year review by a task force

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Education minister Kevin Yeung (second left) with Permanent Secretary for Education Michelle Li Mei-sheung (left) and technology minister Alfred Sit Wing-hang (second right) and Permanent Secretary for Innovation and Technology Annie Choi Suk-han. Photo: Sam Tsang Education minister Kevin Yeung (second left) with Permanent Secretary for Education Michelle Li Mei-sheung (left) and technology minister Alfred Sit Wing-hang (second right) and Permanent Secretary for Innovation and Technology Annie Choi Suk-han. Photo: Sam Tsang
Education minister Kevin Yeung (second left) with Permanent Secretary for Education Michelle Li Mei-sheung (left) and technology minister Alfred Sit Wing-hang (second right) and Permanent Secretary for Innovation and Technology Annie Choi Suk-han. Photo: Sam Tsang
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