China News Service, Hong Kong, November 25 (Reporter Suo Youwei) The Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Carrie Lam gave a lesson to the teachers of the Civil and Social Development Division (Civilization Division) on November 25. The theme was "According to the Basic Law The constitutional status of the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region".
Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor gave a lecture at the Education Bureau of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government that day to enable teachers who teach civics to better grasp the Chief Executive's constitutional status and powers under the "one country, two systems".
Data map: Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.
Photo by China News Agency reporter Li Zhihua
More than 100 people, including school educators, listened on the spot. The lecture was also broadcast live on RTHK TV 32, and RTHK simultaneously provided live signals to local TV stations.
In addition, the Information Service of the Special Administrative Region Government also made a live webcast.
Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said in the lecture that education is an important part of Hong Kong society. How can citizens and students master the essence of the Basic Law through public and school education, and correctly understand and understand "One Country" and "Two Systems" in daily life. The relationship is a responsibility shared by all sectors of society.
"All of you here are leaders in the education industry, and all teachers are respected by your students. I hope that through everyone, whether it is through this new "Civil and Social Development", or daily teaching of Chinese history, or even teaching of geography, Even teaching environmental protection should be able to bring out the'one country, two systems'. Hong Kong enjoys a high degree of autonomy, but at the same time we should be proud of the development of the country and we are proud of being Chinese." She said: "I hope everyone All have this commitment to cultivate a new generation for Hong Kong with national concepts, Hong Kong sentiments, international vision and social responsibility."
Mu Jiajun, vice chairman of the Hong Kong Federation of Education Workers (Federation of Education), who watched the lecture, said that the chief executive’s lecture to teachers is a new attempt and a new breakthrough. There is little legal foundation, especially the more difficult provisions of the Hong Kong Basic Law. I believe that many teachers are not from the professional background and may not have enough legal knowledge. This time, the Chief Executive’s "showing up" and explaining it with history and personal experience will help teachers thoroughly. Learn about the subject.
Mu Jiajun said: "It is hoped that the key points of the Chief Executive’s explanation will be produced by the Education Bureau into a briefing or a short film, which will be used as training materials for teachers’ professional development and class materials, and promoted so that all civics teachers in Hong Kong can use them in the classroom. ."
Wang Huicheng, vice chairman of the Federation of Education, said that the Chief Executive herself is a practitioner of the Constitution and the Basic Law. She came to explain to the teachers, representing the emphasis on education, teachers, and civic teaching, which will directly affect how teachers teach this to students. Aspect knowledge.