Wong Kwan-yu, chairman of Hong Kong Federation of Education Workers, said low pay was one reason Hong Kong teachers might not want to make the move. Photo: SCMP

Low pay and politics means Hong Kong teachers have little incentive to work in mainland China, groups say

  • Government announcement offered city’s educators the opportunity to work across the border
  • But working conditions on mainland are not to everyone’s taste
Topic |   Education

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Wong Kwan-yu, chairman of Hong Kong Federation of Education Workers, said low pay was one reason Hong Kong teachers might not want to make the move. Photo: SCMP
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