More than ninety thousand Hongkongese took to the street today to protest against the implementation of Communist's National Education in Hong Kong.
According to the National Education curriculum resource handbook, the one-party system in Communist China is a superior system, much better than the multi-party system in the U.S.A. and many democratic countries. In the handbook, the Communist Party of China is also described as a political entity which is advanced, selfless and always working for its people.
According to a poll carried out by the University of Hong Kong, 52% of the public polled said National Education should be stopped and only 12% said it should be implemented. In another poll carried out by the Hong Kong Teacher Association, 70% of Hong Kong teachers are against the implementation of national education and 67% of Hong Kong teachers worry that such subject would become a political brainwashing machine.
Many locals believe the implementation of National Education is a political intervention masterminded by the Beijing Communist Government in an attempt to control Hong Kong's education system and to brainwash the young ones in Hong Kong.