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|Society & You - Social Critic|
|Friday, 03 August 2012 12:01|
The new school curriculum controversy "red" grew last week. Parent groups have joined the affected students and teachers to prevent the government to introduce the curriculum in September.
On July 29, 2012, ten thousand Hong Kong residents took to the streets to protest against the brainwashing that is the curriculum. Despite the danger of extreme heat, many parents brought their babies. Below is a selection of some of the photographs of the concentration, use permit:
The banner reads: "Mom and Dad take a step forward. Stop the national education. " Photo by Josephine Tsang.
The banner of one of the major entities of organization, "Scholarism". Puts it: "Let us prevent the brainwashing curriculum red, the Chinese Communist Party members should not be writers." Photo by Josephine Tsang.
Protesters gathered outside government headquarters with his banner against the curriculum. Photo of Josephine Tsang.
Organizers say the call about 90% of citizens participated in the protest. The image shows the concentration in the corner of Victoria Park. Photo of Benson Tsang
The wooden sign says: "The education revolution is powerful. The party is your grandfather and your mother. You've given everything to match. The party sends his own children to the United States and Canada. " Photo of Benson Tsang.
The protester wearing on his head a washing machine and the Chinese flag in his hand: "Forced to be a patriot?". Photo Twitter user JaJia
Protester Primary School says: "No more brainwashing. The brain can be damaged! "Photo taken by inmediahk.net
The Indian community in Hong Kong said: "We want diversity, not homogeneity. Please give me in Chinese education, not brainwashing. " Photography inmediahk.net
The campus of the Government is full of protesters who cross their arms as a gesture to stop the imposition of a national education curriculum. Photography inmediahk.net