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 am writing in response to the article "150,000 penguins starved" (Young Post, February 17).
Arthur Li Kwok-cheung, the new HKU council chairman, claimed that “students acted like they were on drugs” when they disrupted his meeting.
I'm a really stubborn girl. In an argument, I never back down.
After I came to Hong Kong for my secondary school exchange four months ago, so many different things have surprised me.
In an individualised society, citizens look to only benefit themselves and are less concerned about others.
I was surprised and disappointed to hear that Japan has started whaling again. As a developed country, Japan has a responsibility to look after the marine ecosystem.
I think charity work should be compulsory for secondary school students.
To start with, I would like to praise the police for launching a Facebook page as a public relations move.
I will never forget how I felt when I first heard the news about Paris. It's like 9/11, a man-made disaster organised by a terrorist group. I don't know why the Islamic State (IS) group would do this!