Hong Kong’s PolyU to teach national security law and history of ‘humiliation’ of China in course on leadership qualities

First-year students at Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University (PolyU) will learn about the Beijing-imposed national security law and the “humiliation history of China” as part of a compulsory course on leadership qualities, according to senior management.Associate vice-president Professor Daniel Shek Tan-lei said on Monday students needed to be shaped into “law-abiding leaders” and he did not see any “erosion in academic freedom” under the legislation that came into effect in June of last year.“To…

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