Hong Kong secondary students fared better than those from Scotland, Taiwan or South Korea on several aspects in the survey. Photo: Nora Tam Hong Kong secondary students fared better than those from Scotland, Taiwan or South Korea on several aspects in the survey. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong secondary students fared better than those from Scotland, Taiwan or South Korea on several aspects in the survey. Photo: Nora Tam
Education

Hong Kong secondary school pupils rank third among students from 27 regions surveyed for global awareness, cultural diversity

  • City students come behind those from Singapore and Canada, but perform better than pupils from Scotland, Taiwan and South Korea in the study
  • But Chinese University professor Hau Kit-tai, who led the research locally, says city pupils need to show greater respect to those from other cultures

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Hong Kong secondary students fared better than those from Scotland, Taiwan or South Korea on several aspects in the survey. Photo: Nora Tam Hong Kong secondary students fared better than those from Scotland, Taiwan or South Korea on several aspects in the survey. Photo: Nora Tam
Hong Kong secondary students fared better than those from Scotland, Taiwan or South Korea on several aspects in the survey. Photo: Nora Tam
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