Hong Kong's New Rules have Created Confusion in the Classroom. Some Parents are Pulling their Children Out
While pro-Beijing lawmakers stress the need to promote national unity through civics education, educators, historians and parents in Hong Kong expect censorship and indoctrination under new restrictions.
SOURCE: Time Magazine
For the 28th year in succession, a sea of light illuminated Hong Kong's Victoria Park on the evening of June 4 in commemoration of the anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing.
SOURCE: Radio Free Asia
The party’s worried about students who challenge the official story on the Tiananmen Square massacre.
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