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"Rule of Law through Drama" online premiere held today (with photos)
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     The Department of Justice (DoJ) today (February 10) held the "Rule of Law through Drama" 2021 online premiere, attracting registrations from over 100 schools and school sponsoring bodies, with around 400 viewers.

     The "Rule of Law through Drama" is one of the projects under the DoJ's 10-year initiative "Vision 2030 for Rule of Law". It comprises two sets of drama performances entitled "Xie Zhi: The Legend of Justice" and "The Adventure of Mr Auden", specifically produced for lower and upper primary school students respectively.

     Through lively, interesting and interactive performances, the DoJ hopes that students can learn the proper concept of the rule of law, enhance law-abiding awareness and cultivate a law-abiding spirit.

     After the premiere, the dramas can be arranged for touring performances in all primary schools in Hong Kong. No fees are required and all primary schools are welcome to participate. If the performance cannot be conducted in schools, an online interactive performance can also be arranged. For further details, please email [email protected] or fax 3016 9682.
 
Ends/Wednesday, February 10, 2021
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The Department of Justice today (February 10) held the "Rule of Law through Drama" 2021 online premiere. Photo shows the Secretary for Justice, Ms Teresa Cheng, SC, delivering a speech at the premiere.
The Department of Justice today (February 10) held the "Rule of Law through Drama" 2021 online premiere. The "Rule of Law through Drama" comprises two sets of drama performances. Photo shows "Xie Zhi: The Legend of Justice", which is specifically produced for lower primary school students.
The Department of Justice today (February 10) held the "Rule of Law through Drama" 2021 online premiere. The "Rule of Law through Drama" comprises two sets of drama performances. Photo shows "The Adventure of Mr Auden", which is specifically produced for upper primary school students.