The Women's Foundation CEO Su-mei Thompson says the government and companies should be helping to make sure that parents are educated about STEM-related industries. Photo: Dickson Lee The Women's Foundation CEO Su-mei Thompson says the government and companies should be helping to make sure that parents are educated about STEM-related industries. Photo: Dickson Lee
The Women's Foundation CEO Su-mei Thompson says the government and companies should be helping to make sure that parents are educated about STEM-related industries. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Hong Kong group urges parents, teachers to work harder to close gender gap in STEM subjects

Call comes as study finds girls are generally not opting for such subjects due to unsupportive parents, education system

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The Women's Foundation CEO Su-mei Thompson says the government and companies should be helping to make sure that parents are educated about STEM-related industries. Photo: Dickson Lee The Women's Foundation CEO Su-mei Thompson says the government and companies should be helping to make sure that parents are educated about STEM-related industries. Photo: Dickson Lee
The Women's Foundation CEO Su-mei Thompson says the government and companies should be helping to make sure that parents are educated about STEM-related industries. Photo: Dickson Lee
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