Night shifts, racial hostility: Hong Kong student from ethnic minority community reveals extra DSE exams challenges

//Night shifts, racial hostility: Hong Kong student from ethnic minority community reveals extra DSE exams challenges

Night shifts, racial hostility: Hong Kong student from ethnic minority community reveals extra DSE exams challenges

Ajab Khan was working up to four hours a day after school delivering food to pay for his sister’s university fees, only quitting a month before the start of his Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (DSE) exams.The 20-year-old student – one of 49,976 in the city taking this year’s university entrance exams – scored a total of 15 points, which is unlikely to secure him a place at a local subsided institution.But the student from Islamic Kasim Tuet Memorial College is not disheartened.“It was…

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