🌊 Renaming liberal studies
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BioNTech vaccinations should resume next week. A new batch of BioNTech's vaccines is expected to land in HK today.
Four people have been convicted for the 2019 airport protests. Two men were jailed for 45 months for a riot and two others got shorter jail terms for unlawful assembly.
Liberal studies to be renamed "citizenship and social development". The reformed version of the subject should be released for secondary students in September.
HK will alleviate aircrew quarantine rules if vaccination rates among airline staff improve. Read more about it on SCMP (paywalled).
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Learning how to live with your loved one(s) in Hong Kong for a whole year in lockdown probably sounds familiar to many of our readers – it certainly is for those behind Aurora Theatre’s latest miniseries. The first episode of Close Quarters comes out today, so be sure to subscribe to the Aurora Theatre’s YouTube channel so you don’t miss its release!
Thanks to our subscriber and writer of Close Quarters Ryan King for sharing the show.
The latest episode of #Impact features a discussion between Dr Hannah Sugarman of Mind HK, Janis Whitlock of the JED Foundation and Sean Mayberry of StrongMinds on COVID-19’s impact on how different societies have handled and shape the conversations around mental health.
Figuring out how to study in Canada is made a lot easier with the online infosession provided by the Consulate General of Canada!