Equal opportunities officer Raymond Ho says a native Chinese teacher may not be able to meet the language requirements of a non-native student. Picture: Handout Equal opportunities officer Raymond Ho says a native Chinese teacher may not be able to meet the language requirements of a non-native student. Picture: Handout
Equal opportunities officer Raymond Ho says a native Chinese teacher may not be able to meet the language requirements of a non-native student. Picture: Handout

Equal Opportunities Commission calls for increased government aid to help Hong Kong’s ethnic minority students learn Chinese more effectively

  • Commission asks for more funding to develop a special curriculum for ethnic minority students and training of teachers
  • It says inadequate government measures have deprived ethnic minority members of a chance get better education and job opportunities

Topic |   Ethnic minorities in Hong Kong
Equal opportunities officer Raymond Ho says a native Chinese teacher may not be able to meet the language requirements of a non-native student. Picture: Handout Equal opportunities officer Raymond Ho says a native Chinese teacher may not be able to meet the language requirements of a non-native student. Picture: Handout
Equal opportunities officer Raymond Ho says a native Chinese teacher may not be able to meet the language requirements of a non-native student. Picture: Handout
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