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Nowhere else to go: Hong Kong working parents take children to school despite cold weather suspension
January 25, 2016
Parents, teachers in the dark about city-wide class suspensions. Kindergarten and primary school classes were suspended on Monday thanks to the city seeing its coldest...
Hong Kong parents condemn education minister over primary school exam controversy
December 16, 2015
More than 47,000 parents accuse Education Bureau of “not being sincere” in solving problems over citywide exam for pupils. A group of parents have placed a full-page advertisement...
Water sample from Hong Kong kindergarten found to contain lead levels 10 times the WHO standard
September 18, 2015
Sample from boiler at Kwun Tong kindergarten found to contain heavy metal at 10 times safe level recommended by world health body. A water sample taken from a kindergarten in Kwun Tong...
In about-face, Hong Kong authorities decide to run tests at public schools as lead-in-water scare continues
September 2, 2015
Decision reverses an Education Bureau plan last week to merely install filters at public schools built after 2005 as lead scare continues. Officials on Tuesday made a U-turn and announced...
Privacy watchdog may launch probe after pupils complain video clip was posted online without consent
May 14, 2015
The privacy watchdog may investigate allegations that a video clip taken by a pro-government group of secondary school pupils supporting electoral reform proposals was uploaded...
China dominates emerging market university rankings for second year in a row
December 9, 2014
China expanded its dominance in tertiary education over other BRICS economies as two of its institutions topped a university rankings table for the second consecutive year.
Hong Kong records first cholera case of the year
October 28, 2013
A Hong Kong woman has contracted cholera – the first such case confirmed in the city this year, the Centre for Health Protection said.
Hoi Tin Tong herbal products pass the test
September 25, 2013
Samples of herbal jelly taken from herbal chain store Hoi Tin Tong have passed micro-biological tests, Secretary for Food and Health Dr Ko Wing-man said on September 18.
Comic book for students raises indoctrination fears among parents
July 11, 2013
A comic book handed out to primary schools to promote the Basic Law has renewed fears over mainland indoctrination, a concern group said on Wednesday.
Nowhere else to go: Hong Kong working parents take children to school despite cold weather suspension
January 25, 2016
Parents, teachers in the dark about city-wide class suspensions. Kindergarten and primary school classes were suspended on Monday thanks to the city seeing its coldest...
Hong Kong parents condemn education minister over primary school exam controversy
December 16, 2015
More than 47,000 parents accuse Education Bureau of “not being sincere” in solving problems over citywide exam for pupils. A group of parents have placed a full-page advertisement...
Water sample from Hong Kong kindergarten found to contain lead levels 10 times the WHO standard
September 18, 2015
Sample from boiler at Kwun Tong kindergarten found to contain heavy metal at 10 times safe level recommended by world health body. A water sample taken from a kindergarten in Kwun Tong...
In about-face, Hong Kong authorities decide to run tests at public schools as lead-in-water scare continues
September 2, 2015
Decision reverses an Education Bureau plan last week to merely install filters at public schools built after 2005 as lead scare continues. Officials on Tuesday made a U-turn and announced...
Privacy watchdog may launch probe after pupils complain video clip was posted online without consent
May 14, 2015
The privacy watchdog may investigate allegations that a video clip taken by a pro-government group of secondary school pupils supporting electoral reform proposals was uploaded...
China dominates emerging market university rankings for second year in a row
December 9, 2014
China expanded its dominance in tertiary education over other BRICS economies as two of its institutions topped a university rankings table for the second consecutive year.
Hong Kong records first cholera case of the year
October 28, 2013
A Hong Kong woman has contracted cholera – the first such case confirmed in the city this year, the Centre for Health Protection said.
Hoi Tin Tong herbal products pass the test
September 25, 2013
Samples of herbal jelly taken from herbal chain store Hoi Tin Tong have passed micro-biological tests, Secretary for Food and Health Dr Ko Wing-man said on September 18.
Comic book for students raises indoctrination fears among parents
July 11, 2013
A comic book handed out to primary schools to promote the Basic Law has renewed fears over mainland indoctrination, a concern group said on Wednesday.