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· September, 2012

Stories about Hong Kong (China) from September, 2012

Hong Kong: Anti-National Education Protest, 360 Degree Scene

John Choy posted a 360 degree panoramic view of the anti-national education protest on September 8, 2012 outside the government building.

China, Hong Kong: Controller of National Education

Hexie Farm's latest cartoon is about the “controller” of national education in Hong Kong. Tens of thousands local residents in Hong Kong protested against the curriculum, some of which is...

Self-censorship in Hong Kong

Zhongnanhai takes notes from the Asian American Journalists Association roundtable on self-censorship situation in Hong Kong. One of the issue is about the “mainlandization” of Hong Kong media ecology as...

Hong Kong: Why Is “National Education” Scary?

China Media Project translated a commentary by Chow Po Chung, a professor in the Department of Government and Public Administration at the Chinese University of Hong Kong reflecting on his...

Hong Kong: TV Station Claims London, Washington Behind Anti-National Education Protest

One of the two free terrestrial television stations in Hong Kong, Asia T.V, propagated that the anti-national education in Hong Kong is manipulated by foreign power from London and Washington...

Hong Kong: National Education Program Prompts Hunger Strike, Sit-In

Activists have been campaigning against the controversial National Educational program due to be phased into Hong Kong schools, holding hunger strikes and an overnight sit-in.

Hong Kong: Students’ Patriotic Record

Although the Hong Kong government claimed that it is not mandatory for elementary schools to adopt national education in the next three years, a teacher exposed that the Hong Kong...

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