Wai Kit Lau

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

About Wai Kit

Languages

Chinese, English

I'm passionate about

Child rights.

Comments & conversations

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Wai Kit Lau
Posted over 3 years ago
When will China be free?
Well, it should take some times. It will take few more generations. The leaders of the previous generation still have great influence in the governance. We have to wait till they pass. Also, the higher level in the government has already become more open but still lower level (province level or below) sticks to the old 'mode' of governance. The reason is the officials in these levels are not yet well educated inaspect of human rights or freedom. Note that when these officials were in their teens and 20s, China was experiencing cultural revolution which had a great influence in their thoughts.
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Wai Kit Lau
Posted about 4 years ago
How do we encourage school learners to learn on their own and become progressively self dependent?
i believe every school child is able and willing to learn on their own, though some are more interested in the topics outside the cirriculum. the role of a teacher is to bring them to see a wider world and to provide them with supports, materials and information, especially for those who have limited access to technology, so that they can find out their interests. as a student, i think the biggest problem that stops students from taking the initiation to self-learning is that they are over-loaded with school works and tests, etc. these leave them no time for what they are interested.
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Wai Kit Lau
Posted about 4 years ago
why our universe has laws of physics?
is it possible that some creatures created these laws? that is, perhaps human beings are in fact living in a condition (what we call the universe) that is created by another species, and how they created it is out of our knowledge and imagination. they created the laws, that is how everyhting is going to behave. just like your fish pradox. we human beings don't know what is the origin of the laws, but then, some creatures might have created these laws. just like fish in a tank can never figure out why there is water. they think this is how the universe looks like, full of water. but they never know that human put the water into the tank.
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Wai Kit Lau
Posted about 4 years ago
Should we ask kids to help us solving the real world problems? And if yes, how?
I am now 17, so still a child according to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. I am a member of Kids' Dream (KD), a child-led organisation in Hong Kong working on child rights. And the focus of KD is child participation. In fact, many of the real world problems are closely related to children, such as provety, education, environmental problems, etc. Therefore, we should let kids to contribute to the solutions of the world problems. This is because children are the experts of these problems. They are living with the problems and so, they know what can help them the best. Also, adults need inspirations from children, form the perspectives of a child. They need the views of children to help them to think out of the box. Sometimes, adults' creativity are restricted by the inertial thinking.