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An unlikely duo teams up to help pupils tame HKDSE’s ‘paper of death’ with song

  • Tue, 13 Feb 2018 02:46
Dubbed the “paper of death”, the Diploma of Secondary Education Chinese exam is often regarded a major hindrance for those who wish to enter university. Candidates of this year’s secondary school mandatory exam will face an additional challenge: being tested on 12 prescribed classical Chinese texts, including those by poets such as Li Bai and Wang Wei, with the Education Bureau announcing the change in 2015 for the Secondary Four students. The bureau said the move was intended... South China Morning Post - Hong Kong feed


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