Students in Hong Kong write a DSE paper on April 27, after the university entrance exams were delayed by more than a month by a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Handout Students in Hong Kong write a DSE paper on April 27, after the university entrance exams were delayed by more than a month by a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Handout
Students in Hong Kong write a DSE paper on April 27, after the university entrance exams were delayed by more than a month by a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Handout

Letters | Hong Kong DSE history exam: Japanese invasion of China is no subject for a cost-benefit analysis

  • The carnage wrought on Chinese soil, including in Hong Kong, during the Japanese occupation should not be so easily dismissed
  • Asking if more good than harm came out a period including the Japanese invasion risks normalising war crimes

Topic |   HKDSE - Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education
Students in Hong Kong write a DSE paper on April 27, after the university entrance exams were delayed by more than a month by a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Handout Students in Hong Kong write a DSE paper on April 27, after the university entrance exams were delayed by more than a month by a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Handout
Students in Hong Kong write a DSE paper on April 27, after the university entrance exams were delayed by more than a month by a coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Handout
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