Law requires Hong Kong exam authority to comply with chief executive’s orders, education officials say

//Law requires Hong Kong exam authority to comply with chief executive’s orders, education officials say

Law requires Hong Kong exam authority to comply with chief executive’s orders, education officials say

Hong Kong education officials reminded the exam authority of its duty to comply with directives issued by the chief executive after the statutory body said it would need more time to decide whether to agree to their request to scrap a university entrance history test question that asked whether Japan “did more good than harm” to China in the early 20th century.The Education Bureau made the statement at 11pm on Monday, an hour after the authority said that given the many considerations involved,…

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