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2014-2015 LBS News Sharing
Group 1

design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
Social impact (positive)
raise
awareness of the citizens
to fight for democracy
more people can understand the
real meaning
of democracy to fight for it
higher chance to have democracy
citizenship
of students
Social impact (negative)
long-term mean
to use for political strike
causing
long-term effect
on society
conflict between different stakeholder
social dissension
Adverse precedent (on other political issues)
Personal impact (positive)
Personal impact (negative)
Political impact(positive)
Members
Chong Wing Yi (3)
Wong On YI (14)
Wong Sin Nga (15)
Yip Hiu Ching (17)
Yung Wai Sui (18)
Leung King Chun (31)
INTRODUCTION
News
Thousands of students plan week-long classroom boycott in push for democracy
Students from at least 11 tertiary education institutions are planning to boycott classes for a week and rally outside the government headquarters later this month, student leaders said yesterday, as they urged Hongkongers to stick together to push for democracy.
The exact location, duration and time of the strike has not been finalised, but would likely take place in the middle or at the end of this month, said Alex Chow Yong-kang, general secretary of the Hong Kong Federation of Students, which represents college students.
Joshua Wong Chi-fung, convenor of Scholarism, which represents secondary school pupils, said it would be more difficult for them to boycott classes. He said he expected their turnout to be a "three-digit number".
On Tuesday Wong and other Scholarism activists began handing out flyers to promote a one-day class boycott among secondary pupils. They will invite pupils who join the boycott to a mass "democracy class" in a public square on the day.
Chow said he did not believe the government would immediately back down and give Hong Kong universal suffrage when the strikes took place. "But the purpose is to wake up people from across the city. Even the students have come out, and so the rest of Hongkongers should stand united as well," he said on RTHK radio yesterday.
Chow said students from each of the institutions had set up a taskforce to explore how to organise a boycott and would meet this weekend.
The secondary school students who took part would need to sign a statement saying they were not simply skipping classes but attending another kind of lesson at Civic Square, Wong said.
At Chinese University yesterday, student union members gave away yellow ribbons to students on the first day of the new term.

Union president Tommy Cheung Sau-yin said the students were angry at Beijing's decision on Sunday, which set tough rules for the 2017 chief executive election. "The number of people boycotting classes would not be small," he said.
The university's vice chancellor, Professor Joseph Sung Jao-yiu, said the school respected students' feelings and their opinions. "This is a university and we allow an open forum for speech and expression of attitude," he said, adding that he hoped student groups would discuss their plans with school officials to minimise any disturbance.
A Baptist University spokesman said that if students miss more than 15 per cent of their classes in any subject, they would not be able to sit for examinations. Teachers wishing to join the boycott should get directors' approval and arrange make-up classes beforehand, he said.
Most other universities have similar arrangements.
Chan Yuen-ying, principal of St Stephen's Church College in Sai Ying Pun, said they had discussed preparations for Occupy Central. If pupils choose not to attend school, they would make use of online teaching, she said.
A number of pupils voiced their support for Occupy Central yesterday.
"To me, whether or not to take part in Occupy Central will still depend on the NPC's attitude and actions this week," said a Form Five pupil at St Paul's Co-educational College, who insisted on anonymity.
Details of the news
Source: SCMP

Date: 1 September, 2014

Title: Thousands of students plan week-long classroom boycott in push for democracy
Summary
People say 2017 chief executive election fails to reach international standards for a truly democratic and open election
Students are planning to boycott classes for a week
As to push for democracy in Hong Kong by waking up people from across the city
Make-up classes or online teaching may be arranged afterward
Background information and Causes
Causes
The election framework passed by Beijing fails to reach international standards for a truly democratic and open election.
Future leader of the society
Their actions could bring brand-new impact to Hong Kong political system
innovative
Break through the
bottleneck
of Hong Kong in political aspect.
Background information
Controversy
Students from at least 11 tertiary education institutions are planning to boycott classes for a week
Solution
Q & A section
Stance and arguments
to the question
Reference
Related Video
Support
Question
Should secondary school students take part in political movement?

http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/article/1583259/students-plan-class-boycott-and-rally-push-democracy
SCMP News
Youtube Video
Personal aspect Stakeholders

Oppose
According to law
teenagers are the one who
lack of capacity
also limited
critical ability
dangerous
not responsible to society,
school and parents

Political aspect Stakeholders

Support
purpose of classroom boycott:
1.Push for
democracy
in Hong Kong
2.Protect the core-value in Hong Kong
Student activism
already have
Referendum
and demonstration
The last method
Personal aspect Stakeholders
support
"democracy class" in a public square
provide a comprehensive learning environment to students
all round development when growing
1.
Safety
- Can students protect themselves? e.g. during assembly,
conflicts
between police force and assembly students may happen => become another June Forth Incident?

2. The meaning of action- Is the action
effective
in fighting for real universal suffrage? Can it change the attitude and decision of the central government? (
theoretical outcome vs actual outcome
)

3. Advantages vs disadvantages to the students
Advantages:
-Able to pay effort for the future of HK and learn outside the class
=> there will be
lectures and activities
held, as well as gaining more experience
-
Draw people's attention
successfully by spreading the message through actions like boycotting class
Disadvantages:
-Worsen the
academic results
=> miss the lessons => cannot follow the curriculum => fail to keep up with other students
-Being
arrested
=> negatively affect the future


More controversy...
4. School stance vs students' choice
-there will be different opinion
=> conflicts happen => there may have punishment to the students => negatively affect the relationship between the school and students
=>
discrimination
may happen => negatively affect the relationship among students

5. Effect on parent-child relationship
-Parents are worry about their children => stop them from participating the action => students cannot follow what they would like to do => have arguments with parents =>
family dispute
=> worsen the relationship



the government should listen to the public and reflect them to central government
People are striking for a real universal suffrage
But the system approved by central government doesn't satisfy people's want
So they want to voice out their opposing views
But institutionalize mean is useless
Students decided to boycott classes in order to raise public awareness

Should secondary school students take part in political movement?
Review on our question
Argument 1
Political problem may affect the
standard of living
of every Hong Kong citizen, as it will bring negatively affect on
1.economy of HK
2.social operations
3.International images of Hong Kong
4.Unsound political system

Every citizen including students have the
right and responsibility
to express their opinions towards such a serious issue
Using the
power of citizens
to make government compromise
Argument 2
pursuit knowledge is the
major concern
of students
but not only just academically
also the
way and the attitude
towards knowledge
through the participation on this issue
students can have another channel to acquire the knowledge
1. life skills(decision making skills, problem solving skills)
2. correct attitudes towards the issues
3.deeper understanding on political issues
This issues help to train students to become more
independent and criticized
on different issues
Political impact(negative)
The
credibility of government
will be criticized
Lower
legitimacy
of government
Lower
effective of governance
Unstable political system
Social aspect Stakeholders
Tsinghua University Professor Mr. Lin

Beijing University Professor Wang Lei
Non-governmental organization(Scholarism)
oppose
illegal
behavior
utilized by others
(to achieve the
political purpose
)
need to bear the responsibilities by their own
social dissension
( included business, financial )
Social aspect Stakeholders
supported students
support
libertarianism
just a way to express feelings
fight for
True universal suffrage
achieve
social justice
Miss the compulsory curriculum (affect their results in internal or DSE examination)
over-focus on this issue and neglect their academic or other aspect
Deeper understanding in social issue(democratic development)
develop their
independent thinking and decision making skills
Political aspect Stakeholders
Government official Ng Hak kim
oppose
Boycotting classes should not be a mean to achieve political objective
School should not be politicized
Po On Commercial Association Wong Siu Ching Secondary School
Counter argument
some post 70's and government officials may think the students are not mature enough to attend the political movement

actually, they are highly educated and have their own views and thoughts
other people can't disapprove their behavior if their parents let them to do so
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