Society & Education
The fight for institutional autonomy in Hong Kong’s universities continues, as does the fight for justice in CDNIS. And a crucial video that could reveal the cause of death of a rising young football remains hidden behind bureaucratic obstruction.
It’s time the HKU Council took responsibility for poor reputation management.
Disputes, political interference, civil disobedience, academic freedom. The academic reputation of HKU abroad matters both to students and professors. In Britain, source of students and academics, the question is if the reputational hit is a mortal blow or just a flesh wound.
The tragic death of Hong Kong’s first blind goal scorer in international play after a football tournament was followed by a series of bizarre behaviour from the organisers. Justice seems remote.
Days after new Chairman Godwin Hwa was installed, Canadian International School fires 10 teachers—9 go—as the school moves to purge teachers as they remake school. Some say not for the better.
A real ‘World City’ values cultural diversity. Xaviera Artaza asks if Hong Kong fits the bill.