Elsie Leung (front, second left) with education chief Kevin Yeung (second right) joined a seminar attended by educationists. Photo: Felix WongElsie Leung (front, second left) with education chief Kevin Yeung (second right) joined a seminar attended by educationists. Photo: Felix Wong
Elsie Leung (front, second left) with education chief Kevin Yeung (second right) joined a seminar attended by educationists. Photo: Felix Wong

National security law: critical teaching methods are fine, but Hong Kong students must learn pitfalls of pushing for revolution, Elsie Leung says

  • Beijing loyalist Elsie Leung spells out teachers’ role when national security law is in place
  • HKU law lecturer questions whether students will be able to learn critical thinking in future
Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
Elsie Leung (front, second left) with education chief Kevin Yeung (second right) joined a seminar attended by educationists. Photo: Felix WongElsie Leung (front, second left) with education chief Kevin Yeung (second right) joined a seminar attended by educationists. Photo: Felix Wong
Elsie Leung (front, second left) with education chief Kevin Yeung (second right) joined a seminar attended by educationists. Photo: Felix Wong
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