Weslie Siao, a star tutor in Hong Kong’s ultra-competitive education sector, was sentenced to 14 months in jail on Monday for orchestrating the leaking of exam materials online. Photo: Brian WongWeslie Siao, a star tutor in Hong Kong’s ultra-competitive education sector, was sentenced to 14 months in jail on Monday for orchestrating the leaking of exam materials online. Photo: Brian Wong
Weslie Siao, a star tutor in Hong Kong’s ultra-competitive education sector, was sentenced to 14 months in jail on Monday for orchestrating the leaking of exam materials online. Photo: Brian Wong

‘Tutor king’ Weslie Siao gets 14 months in jail for orchestrating online leak of university entrance exam questions

  • Two teachers who fed Siao the confidential materials were also given prison sentences of eight and five months, though the latter was suspended
  • ‘This trend of leaking public exam materials must be stopped’, magistrate says in delivering judgment
Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Weslie Siao, a star tutor in Hong Kong’s ultra-competitive education sector, was sentenced to 14 months in jail on Monday for orchestrating the leaking of exam materials online. Photo: Brian WongWeslie Siao, a star tutor in Hong Kong’s ultra-competitive education sector, was sentenced to 14 months in jail on Monday for orchestrating the leaking of exam materials online. Photo: Brian Wong
Weslie Siao, a star tutor in Hong Kong’s ultra-competitive education sector, was sentenced to 14 months in jail on Monday for orchestrating the leaking of exam materials online. Photo: Brian Wong
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