Hong Kong's new rules have created confusion in the classroom. Some parents are pulling their children out

In June, Beijing imposed a national security law on Hong Kong that bans secession, subversion, terrorist activities and collusion with foreign powers. The law was passed to quell the pro-democracy movement that destabilized the financial hub last year, but its reach went far beyond policing protests to criminalizing certain conversations, political positions, publications and even social media posts.
In Hong Kong's classrooms, it is now unclear what can legally be taught or discussed.