Letters to the editor

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People say Hongkongers will face an identity crisis because they have not been taught Chinese history properly. Therefore, the Education Bureau is considering making Chinese history compulsory in senior secondary school. I do not agree with this.
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I believe that most of you know about the priority seats on public transport. Some of you may have even seen videos of fights or arguments over these seats.
As it’s the new year, I just wanted to share some thoughts on Christmas. I still remember sending festive, DIY cards to my friends during the holidays when I was younger.
Their notoriously nonsense atrocities notwithstanding, North Korea has long been seen as a very mysterious, closed-off country.
Recently in Japan, a large patch of busy road suddenly became a 15-metre-deep hole, injuring one person. The gigantic 30m by 27m hole – looking just like a Godzilla footprint – was filled within a week.
Recently, I noticed some are terrified of public speaking. It is strange that communicating, something that is inherently part of our social nature, could become such a source of anxiety.
Recently, I watched a 2006 TED Talk video called “Do schools kill creativity?” Although the talk was given some 10 years ago, it is still relevant today, especially for Hong Kong.
Ocean Park’s most famous panda, Jia Jia, was put down last month. She was so famous because she was the world’s oldest panda in captivity.
Depression is something we’ve all heard of, but not many people talk about.
Many people don’t see the point of hiking. They might ask what is to be gained from going hiking. Hikers walk for many miles along the road, seemingly without a purpose, and then they walk back.
Many students complain about their school life. They say school is like a prison. Is going to school really that bad? I don’t think so.
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