A large military parade of the Japanese Kwantung Army on the occasion of the second anniversary of the Sino-Japanese conflict in Manchuria, in 1934. Photo: Imagno/Getty Images
Anjali Hazari
Opinion

Opinion

Anjali Hazari

The three issues at heart of the outrage over history exam question in Hong Kong about Japan and China

  • Anger over the question about Japan’s impact on China is threefold: that it was ever asked, the way it was worded, and that politicians would meddle with exams
  • A teacher not involved with DSE says submissions about the exam should have been written down, made public, and those responsible allowed to mount a defence
A large military parade of the Japanese Kwantung Army on the occasion of the second anniversary of the Sino-Japanese conflict in Manchuria, in 1934. Photo: Imagno/Getty Images
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