CUHK professor apologises for uproar caused by controversial protest remark on ethnic minorities

CUHK professor apologises for uproar caused by controversial protest remark on ethnic minorities

Ethnic minorities group accuses CUHK professor of remark laden with racial discrimination during lecture. Photo Credit: Don North

Elevating minorities: Education, employment and incentives

Elevating minorities: Education, employment and incentives

“Equality and inclusiveness is not a mere slogan. It represents a core value of Hong Kong,” said the city’s chief secretary Mr Matthew Cheung Kin-chung,…

Diversity: The Education Segregation in Hong Kong

Diversity: The Education Segregation in Hong Kong

Dr Theresa Cunanan calls for a more cohesive and coherent Chinese language curriculum for non-Chinese speaking students to kick-start Harbour Times’ Diversity series in collaboration with…

Ethnic Minorities Firmly on the Election Manifesto

Ethnic Minorities Firmly on the Election Manifesto

Disfranchised: Education for non-Chinese-speaking children in Hong Kong

Disfranchised: Education for non-Chinese-speaking children in Hong Kong

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