One change from previous drafts of Hong Kong’s Chinese history curriculum for secondary schools is subsuming elements of the city’s development and cultural characteristics into broader topics. Photo: Handout

No separate sections on Hong Kong for new history curriculum, education authority says

Supporters of move say it would help students better understand city’s national connections while critics fear important but controversial events may be conveniently left out

Topic |   National education in Hong Kong

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One change from previous drafts of Hong Kong’s Chinese history curriculum for secondary schools is subsuming elements of the city’s development and cultural characteristics into broader topics. Photo: Handout
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Peace Chiu

Peace Chiu

Peace is a reporter at the Post on the Hong Kong desk, specialising in education and social policies. She joined the Post in 2016, having previously worked in Singapore for 938NOW and Yahoo.