Former chief of Hong Kong’s exams body warns against scrapping controversial history question on whether Japan ‘did more good than harm to China’

//Former chief of Hong Kong’s exams body warns against scrapping controversial history question on whether Japan ‘did more good than harm to China’

Former chief of Hong Kong’s exams body warns against scrapping controversial history question on whether Japan ‘did more good than harm to China’

A former top official at Hong Kong’s public exam authority has warned against scrapping a controversial history paper question on Sino-Japanese relations without scientific grounds, a day after the government asked for it to be struck out.Choi Chee-cheong, who served as secretary general of the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA) from 1992 to 2004, urged the independent body to “think thrice” over the decision and to act for the benefit of exam candidates.“Invalidating a…

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