A young visitor points at portraits of Japanese grade-A war criminals, at the Military Museum in Beijing in August 2015. The year marked the 70th Anniversary of the Allied victory over Japan that ended World War II. Photo: EPAA young visitor points at portraits of Japanese grade-A war criminals, at the Military Museum in Beijing in August 2015. The year marked the 70th Anniversary of the Allied victory over Japan that ended World War II. Photo: EPA
A young visitor points at portraits of Japanese grade-A war criminals, at the Military Museum in Beijing in August 2015. The year marked the 70th Anniversary of the Allied victory over Japan that ended World War II. Photo: EPA

Letters | China and Japan in World War II: if thousands of Hong Kong students got DSE history answer wrong – what does that reveal?

  • Commentators and academics who defended the controversial question were confident that any student who had studied the DSE curriculum would know about the Japanese invasion and atrocities inflicted upon China. But they were wrong
Topic |   HKDSE - Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education
A young visitor points at portraits of Japanese grade-A war criminals, at the Military Museum in Beijing in August 2015. The year marked the 70th Anniversary of the Allied victory over Japan that ended World War II. Photo: EPAA young visitor points at portraits of Japanese grade-A war criminals, at the Military Museum in Beijing in August 2015. The year marked the 70th Anniversary of the Allied victory over Japan that ended World War II. Photo: EPA
A young visitor points at portraits of Japanese grade-A war criminals, at the Military Museum in Beijing in August 2015. The year marked the 70th Anniversary of the Allied victory over Japan that ended World War II. Photo: EPA
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