1. To discover where they stand in the contemporary world through understanding the origins and development of modern events;
  2. To develop the skills of critical thinking, making sound judgments and effective communication through exploring historical issues;
  3. To approach past and current events in an impartial and empathetic manner, using a variety of perspectives;
  4. To understand the characteristics and values of their own culture, and appreciate the shared humanity and common problems of the world’s many peoples;
  5. To cultivate both national consciousness and the consciousness of being citizens of the global community, and thus become rational and sensible members of the local community, the nation and the world; and
  6. To be prepared to explore in greater depth an issue of personal interest, or one that may be of relevance to their future careers and professional studies.

Objectives for the year     

  1. Strengthen students’ learning ownership and unleash learning potential by optimizing teaching and learning pedagogy
  2. Open up global perspectives and deepen learning’s meaning by reimagining the curriculum
  3. Nurture positive attitudes and let students live a flourishing life through positive education.

Committee Members

L.M. Wong (Convenor), C.H. Wong, H.H. Tsang

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