Nowadays, the concept of filial piety is becoming weaker. In order to enhance students' understanding and learning interest in the concept, the authors tried to integrate the teaching of Chinese pop songs with different learning activities into filial piety education. 94 Hong Kong Secondary one students were selected for the study on integrating the teaching of Chinese popular songs into filial piety education (including 49 of them as an experimental group and the rest as a control group). A total of 20 teaching lessons of Chinese popular songs were integrated into the filial piety education course, lasting for 4 months. In order to accurately measure the effectiveness of the study, the author used the following research tools which includes a writing test: pre-test and post-test (to explore whether the course can enhance students' reflections on the spirit of filial piety), a questionnaire (to find out whether the course can enhance students' interest in filial piety education) and a reflection log (to ask how the course affects students' perception of the spirit of filial piety education). This study found that students have enhanced understanding of filial piety and deeper reflection on the concept of filial piety after the intervention. At the same time, students showed an increased learning interest to be immersed in filial piety culture.