As anti-extradition protests took place not only on the streets but also in schools, the Education Bureau has received more than 200 complaints about teachers’ misconduct related to social incidents in the past year. Not only did some parents demand teachers to declare their political stance, the Chief Executive also said that schools should not be out of control while the government mouthpiece in the Mainland called for completely ridding the Hong Kong education sector of poison. How do teachers educate students under all this pressure now?
Ocean Park is faced with financial difficulties on the 43rd year of its operation in Hong Kong. After being offered a $5.4 billion bailout by the government in May, it has closed again due to the third-wave epidemic. What should Ocean Park do to survive?