Former exam authority official Hans Yeung says he was scapegoated over a question on 20th century Sino-Japanese relations. Photo: Dickson Lee Former exam authority official Hans Yeung says he was scapegoated over a question on 20th century Sino-Japanese relations. Photo: Dickson Lee
Former exam authority official Hans Yeung says he was scapegoated over a question on 20th century Sino-Japanese relations. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Hong Kong exam official who resigned over controversial question says he was a scapegoat and left under ‘political pressure’

  • The 15-year veteran of the city’s exam authority characterises his ousting as ‘political manoeuvring’
  • He also defended the question, which concerned 20th century Sino-Japanese relations, as being a suitable test of students’ knowledge of the period

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Former exam authority official Hans Yeung says he was scapegoated over a question on 20th century Sino-Japanese relations. Photo: Dickson Lee Former exam authority official Hans Yeung says he was scapegoated over a question on 20th century Sino-Japanese relations. Photo: Dickson Lee
Former exam authority official Hans Yeung says he was scapegoated over a question on 20th century Sino-Japanese relations. Photo: Dickson Lee
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