Hong Kong history exam setter quits months after controversy raged over question on Japan’s relationship with China

//Hong Kong history exam setter quits months after controversy raged over question on Japan’s relationship with China

Hong Kong history exam setter quits months after controversy raged over question on Japan’s relationship with China

A Hong Kong exam authorities employee involved in the setting of history public exam papers has resigned three months after a controversial question was scrapped, the Post has learned.Hans Yeung Wing-yu, a history subject assessment development manager at the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA), had also been accused by pro-Beijing media outlets over “inappropriate comments” made on his private Facebook account, just a day before the controversy over the history question…

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