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Chinese Communist Party newspaper attacks Hong Kong schools 'liberal studies'

Reuters Monday, 21 October 2019
Hong Kong's education system was described by the Chinese Communist Party's People's Daily newspaper as a "disease" that must be treated, in an editorial that blamed schools for inculcating students with values that led to illegal behavior.
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