The office of the embattled Professional Teachers’ Union in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay. Photo: Warton Li The office of the embattled Professional Teachers’ Union in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay. Photo: Warton Li
The office of the embattled Professional Teachers’ Union in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay. Photo: Warton Li

Hong Kong’s largest teachers’ union withdraws from Brussels-based federation amid criticism over joining foreign support for protests

  • Move by 95,000-strong body comes after a week of upheaval in which it backed out of other alliances amid Beijing’s wrath
  • It has also set up a working group to raise awareness of Chinese history and culture among teachers and students

Topic |   Hong Kong schools
The office of the embattled Professional Teachers’ Union in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay. Photo: Warton Li The office of the embattled Professional Teachers’ Union in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay. Photo: Warton Li
The office of the embattled Professional Teachers’ Union in Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay. Photo: Warton Li
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