Wah Yan College, a prestigious public secondary school, had wanted to start charging fees. Photo: Dickson Lee

Catholic school’s bid to charge fees turned down by Hong Kong authorities amid fears it would become preserve of rich and famous

Government-funded Wah Yan College wanted more autonomy, but critics said move to make parents pay HK$20,000 a year would put it out of reach of city’s poorer residents

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Wah Yan College, a prestigious public secondary school, had wanted to start charging fees. Photo: Dickson Lee
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