The East India Company steamer Nemesis launches an attack on Chinese war junks during the first opium war. Photo: Hulton-Deutsch Collection The East India Company steamer Nemesis launches an attack on Chinese war junks during the first opium war. Photo: Hulton-Deutsch Collection
The East India Company steamer Nemesis launches an attack on Chinese war junks during the first opium war. Photo: Hulton-Deutsch Collection

Hong Kong teacher who taught inaccurate lessons on first opium war stripped of registration over ‘wild guesses’ in classroom

  • The teacher told his students the war was result of Britain’s attempts to ban opium in China, when it was in fact quite the opposite
  • He is the second to be deregistered since June last year, following case of a teacher accused of spreading pro-independence messages

Topic |   Education
The East India Company steamer Nemesis launches an attack on Chinese war junks during the first opium war. Photo: Hulton-Deutsch Collection The East India Company steamer Nemesis launches an attack on Chinese war junks during the first opium war. Photo: Hulton-Deutsch Collection
The East India Company steamer Nemesis launches an attack on Chinese war junks during the first opium war. Photo: Hulton-Deutsch Collection
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