Primary students at Bishop Hall Jubilee School explore different sciences through experiments and investigations, under a “Junior Scientists” programme in 2017. Photo: Handout.

Why Hong Kong STEM push is justified: scientists are a bigger asset to society than musicians or athletes

  • The Hong Kong education system has long been condemned for not nurturing talented personnel in fields like music or literature
  • But if society demands tree-climbing skills, why spend resources on swimming lessons?
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Primary students at Bishop Hall Jubilee School explore different sciences through experiments and investigations, under a “Junior Scientists” programme in 2017. Photo: Handout.
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