Isaac Cheng, of the Hong Kong Secondary School Students Action Platform, Zita Leung, from youth political group Demovanile, and Karis Wong, of Ideologist, speak to media outside the High Court. Photo: May TseIsaac Cheng, of the Hong Kong Secondary School Students Action Platform, Zita Leung, from youth political group Demovanile, and Karis Wong, of Ideologist, speak to media outside the High Court. Photo: May Tse
Isaac Cheng, of the Hong Kong Secondary School Students Action Platform, Zita Leung, from youth political group Demovanile, and Karis Wong, of Ideologist, speak to media outside the High Court. Photo: May Tse

Hong Kong student takes exam authority to court over decision to scrap controversial DSE history question

  • Loh Ming-yin has applied for a judicial review into decision to invalidate question on Sino-Japanese relations
  • Lawyers argue that authority had violated academic freedom and was ruling some ‘opinions can no longer be held’
Topic |   HKDSE - Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education
Isaac Cheng, of the Hong Kong Secondary School Students Action Platform, Zita Leung, from youth political group Demovanile, and Karis Wong, of Ideologist, speak to media outside the High Court. Photo: May TseIsaac Cheng, of the Hong Kong Secondary School Students Action Platform, Zita Leung, from youth political group Demovanile, and Karis Wong, of Ideologist, speak to media outside the High Court. Photo: May Tse
Isaac Cheng, of the Hong Kong Secondary School Students Action Platform, Zita Leung, from youth political group Demovanile, and Karis Wong, of Ideologist, speak to media outside the High Court. Photo: May Tse
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