History teachers hold a press conference at the Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union office in response to the controversy over a DSE exam question, in Mong Kok on May 17. Photo: K.Y. Cheng History teachers hold a press conference at the Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union office in response to the controversy over a DSE exam question, in Mong Kok on May 17. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
History teachers hold a press conference at the Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union office in response to the controversy over a DSE exam question, in Mong Kok on May 17. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Letters | Row over Hong Kong history exam is really about political divide in city

  • A comprehensive answer to the controversial question would have clearly required students to address the second Sino-Japanese war

Topic |   Education
History teachers hold a press conference at the Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union office in response to the controversy over a DSE exam question, in Mong Kok on May 17. Photo: K.Y. Cheng History teachers hold a press conference at the Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union office in response to the controversy over a DSE exam question, in Mong Kok on May 17. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
History teachers hold a press conference at the Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union office in response to the controversy over a DSE exam question, in Mong Kok on May 17. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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