Photographic print of Japanese troops in Nanking after the city's conquest in 1937. Photo: Universal Images Group via GettyPhotographic print of Japanese troops in Nanking after the city's conquest in 1937. Photo: Universal Images Group via Getty
Photographic print of Japanese troops in Nanking after the city's conquest in 1937. Photo: Universal Images Group via Getty

Government pressured Hong Kong exam authority to scrap controversial Japan-China question, student’s lawyers argue

  • The question, which asked if Japan did China ‘more good than harm’ in the first half of the 1900s, was invalidated after a rare Education Bureau intervention
  • Lawyers argued that public comments from the bureau and city leader amounted to deliberate threats that were ‘palpably heard and felt’

Topic |   Hong Kong courts
Photographic print of Japanese troops in Nanking after the city's conquest in 1937. Photo: Universal Images Group via GettyPhotographic print of Japanese troops in Nanking after the city's conquest in 1937. Photo: Universal Images Group via Getty
Photographic print of Japanese troops in Nanking after the city's conquest in 1937. Photo: Universal Images Group via Getty
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