Peace and Freedom

Kevin Lau says more communication between young and old can heal societal rifts

By Jennifer Ngo
South China Morning Post

Ex-Ming Pao chief editor Kevin Lau Chun-to calls for greater dialogue between young and old. Photo: Edmond So

Former Ming Pao chief editor Kevin Lau Chun-to called for greater dialogue between young and old to mend the deepening rift in a society that is “more chaotic and difficult than before”.

Lau, who was seriously injured in a knife attack last year, was speaking at the Jesuit Education Forum held at his old school, Wah Yan College, in Wan Chai yesterday.

He said the challenge for educators was how to equip the young generation with the values and skills they needed today.

“The world used to be more simple … [it] has since become a lot harder to explain … and much more chaotic and complicated,” he said. “We need to…

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