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

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 agoand were asked if they agreed Japan “did more good than harm” to…
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