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Hong Kong government should listen to teenagers’ opinions, William Chan said.

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In recent years, teenagers in Hong Kong are being labeled as radicals. They appeared in different political activities and some carried radical actions. The two candidate for the 2010 Hong Kong Chief Executive election, CY Leung and Henry Tang, both mentioned that they will be more consider on teenagers’ opinion. However, William Chan, the executive director of Hong Kong Youth Exchange Promotion United Association, said at the general assembly held by HKSYU today that Hong Kong still haven’t got any program supporting them.

William said that teenagers are doing different kinds of actions in order to catch the attention and get the identity from others. In response to the incident that a teenager thrown shoes on Henry Tang in the Youth Summit last year, William said that teenagers in Hong Kong are more polite than those in other countries as they might burn their national flag. He said that teenagers have their own way of thinking, however, sometimes their thought are reasonable as the government rarely listen and response to the teenagers’ needs.

He said that there should be “dialogues” between government and teenagers rather than just stating their own stance. He said that the real dialogue should be exchanging different kind of views, which there the society lacked in recent years. He suggested that government should set up a department to handle teenagers’ opinion as a platform for them to express their feelings. He believed that with listening to their wants and respecting them, teenagers can be more mature.

William emphasized that government should provide enough spaces for teenagers to grow up and develop their abilities. He took the 334 Scheme, the new academic structure for secondary and high education in Hong Kong as an example. He said the purpose of that scheme aims at providing more space for teenagers to develop their abilities but not more information. He said that giving platforms to teenagers is important; government should maintain a good communication between teenagers and themselves.

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