Clayton MacKenzie (second right), a representative of Baptist University, receives a petition letter from a student demonstrator, in Hong Kong on January 26. Hundreds of students protested on the day amid tensions over compulsory testing of Mandarin, the dominant language in mainland China, for graduation. Photo: AFP

Mandarin ‘as a foreign language’ is hurting Hong Kong students

Topic |   Anti-mainland China sentiments

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Clayton MacKenzie (second right), a representative of Baptist University, receives a petition letter from a student demonstrator, in Hong Kong on January 26. Hundreds of students protested on the day amid tensions over compulsory testing of Mandarin, the dominant language in mainland China, for graduation. Photo: AFP
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