Hong Kong protest chaos drives departing Education University boss Frederick Ma to run character classes for young people


Education University chief Frederick Ma Si-hang has revealed he will step down after chaotic scenes during the anti-government protests in Hong Kong last year motivated him to embark on a new career offering free character classes to the city’s disadvantaged youth.Mirroring his departure from the helm of railway giant MTR Corporation in 2018, he declined to stay as the university’s council chairman for another term despite an invitation from city leader Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor to do so.In an…



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