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Event recap: The Hong Kong Direct Subsidy Scheme School Expo
November 23, 2016
The Hong Kong Direct Subsidy School Expo (HKDSSSC), which took place on November 19th at The Cordis Hotel, was the biggest gathering of Hong Kong’s...
Decision Making is Educational: Making Our Own Rules
July 21, 2017
Recently a friend asked me whether there’s a general rule of thumb that applies to all decision making. From what others have shared with me, from...
[Event] CEIBS Europe Forum - Paris
July 20, 2017
The China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) organised their third Europe Forum in Paris earlier this month, bringing together government
What’s the point of Hong Kong end-of-year school assemblies? Quite a lot, as long as they aren’t blown out of proportion
July 19, 2017
A parent complains their child hasn’t been taught anything new for weeks as his school rehearses for assembly, but as long as they don’t become...
Why is a vote on increased Hong Kong education funding so important?
July 19, 2017
The Post explains the intricacies involved in the HK$3.6 billion funding request and why pan-democrats are likely to slow down its approval but not...
[Event] CEIBS Europe Forum - London
July 19, 2017
China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) wrapped up its 3rd Europe Forum 2017 earlier this month in London where academics, government of
How higher education institutions should internationalise
July 18, 2017
Schools that desire to be truly international should think like global companies.
Why mothers-to-be suffer memory loss, and the scientific explanation for ‘baby brain’
July 18, 2017
The experience of a Hong Kong mother who ‘felt like I was losing control of my mind’ while pregnant bears out extensive research showing a woman’s...
Pupils convince ESF schools to go green
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July 17, 2017
A group of secondary pupils has convinced 16 principals from the English Schools Foundation to switch to recycled printing paper, despite the fact...
A creative solution
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July 17, 2017
A new IB programme focusing on the arts will let students further explore a career in the creative industries.
Happiness is key
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July 17, 2017
A top student has turned down law school to pursue music. It’s a gamble but educators find choices based on talent and passion usually pay off.