Chinese schools deny student bullying has reached alarming rate


Angie Tan

Malaysia Chinese Schools Headmasters Association vice-president Chew Eng Hock says incidents of bullying in schools is not at an uncontrollable stage. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, November 12, 2023.

INSTANCES of bullying in schools are isolated and have not reached an alarming level, the Malaysia Chinese Schools Headmasters Association said.

Its vice-president, Chew Eng Hock, said incidents of bullying in schools continue to take place because of a lack tolerance between students.


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