Hong Kong exam bosses agree to axe controversial history test question

//Hong Kong exam bosses agree to axe controversial history test question

Hong Kong exam bosses agree to axe controversial history test question

Hong Kong’s exam authority’s council has decided to scrap a controversial university entrance history exam question on early 20th century Sino-Japanese relations, the Post has learned, giving in to an unprecedented request made last week by the Education Bureau.The decision, which followed a second special meeting on the matter on Thursday, affects 5,200 candidates who sat the Diploma of Secondary Education (DSE) exams a week ago and were asked if they agreed Japan “did more good than harm” to…

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