Hong Kong exam official who resigned over controversial question says he was a scapegoat and left under ‘political pressure’

//Hong Kong exam official who resigned over controversial question says he was a scapegoat and left under ‘political pressure’

Hong Kong exam official who resigned over controversial question says he was a scapegoat and left under ‘political pressure’

A veteran employee at Hong Kong’s exam authority who stepped down last month following an outcry over a question on Sino-Japanese relations has said he was made a scapegoat and that he resigned under “political pressure”.Speaking out in an interview with the Post more than six months after the controversy erupted, Hans Yeung Wing-yu also defended the controversial university entrance exam question, which had asked students if they agreed with the statement that Japan did “more good than harm to…

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