HKDSE – Hong Kong Diploma of Stress and Erroneous Evaluation?

The annual public examination season for local senior secondary school students kicked off with the Chinese Language speaking assessment this week. Through small group discussion on topics ranging from extra-curricular activities and social issues to marriage and personal appeal, oral abilities of entrants are evaluated. Although the 2018 exam has just begun, the next batch…

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5 Most Popular Part-time Jobs for Students

As the Chinese New Year holiday approaches its end, have you set your goals for the year of the dog? How about starting a part-time job to earn some extra money? The majority of university students in Hong Kong have tried one or two part-time jobs, which not only can earn them an allowance, but…

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Children in Hong Kong Suffering from Their Nightmares

 (Image from https://academic-writing.org/blog/educational-system-hong-kong/ ) As an exchange student in Hong Kong, I see many of my friends tutoring as there are high requests from Hong Kong parents to tutor their children. When I ask my friends about the age range of the children, I was shocked to hear that most of them are three year…

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