Khan Huma Nisa says she had fewer Chinese classmates in secondary school, making it harder to practise the language. Photo: Winson Wong
Khan Huma Nisa says she had fewer Chinese classmates in secondary school, making it harder to practise the language. Photo: Winson Wong
Cantonese

Hong Kong’s ethnic minority pupils still struggling with Cantonese at school – despite annual funding of HK$200 million, NGO finds

Hong Kong Unison said its research found biggest difficulty for schools was catering for varied Chinese language abilities of ethnic minority pupils

Khan Huma Nisa says she had fewer Chinese classmates in secondary school, making it harder to practise the language. Photo: Winson Wong
Khan Huma Nisa says she had fewer Chinese classmates in secondary school, making it harder to practise the language. Photo: Winson Wong
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