The Education Bureau also asked the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority to follow up on reports accusing two employees of making anti-government social media posts. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong’s Education Bureau slams exams authority after history paper asks candidates if they agree Japan did more good than harm to China in first half of last century

  • Controversial question appeared in DSE history exam taken by 5,200 candidates on Thursday morning
  • Education Bureau says question ‘seriously hurt the feelings and dignity of the Chinese people who suffered great pain during Japanese invasion of China’
Topic |   HKDSE - Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education
The Education Bureau also asked the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority to follow up on reports accusing two employees of making anti-government social media posts. Photo: May Tse
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