Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung has been told to follow up on any teachers who are arrested during anti-government protests. Photo: Nora TamSecretary for Education Kevin Yeung has been told to follow up on any teachers who are arrested during anti-government protests. Photo: Nora Tam
Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung has been told to follow up on any teachers who are arrested during anti-government protests. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong protests: students and teacher still in custody as city’s leader Carrie Lam tells schools to stop pupils taking part in ‘illegal activities’

  • Chief executive tells education minister Kevin Yeung to ‘seriously follow up’ on any educators who are arrested
  • Lam expresses concern over number of students detained over past six months

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung has been told to follow up on any teachers who are arrested during anti-government protests. Photo: Nora TamSecretary for Education Kevin Yeung has been told to follow up on any teachers who are arrested during anti-government protests. Photo: Nora Tam
Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung has been told to follow up on any teachers who are arrested during anti-government protests. Photo: Nora Tam
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