Q: Not enough English schools in Hong Kong?

A: Yes, according to a small group of protesters of South Asian original,mainly Nepalis, who had marched through central Hong Kong demanding more schooling in the English language. They say they are losing out on examination results and chances to go to university because they are forced to go to classes conducted in Chinese.

The government says it is doing its best to fulfill its legal obligation to provide free access to education for all Hong Kong people, but legislators and activists supporting the many ethnic minorities making up Hong Kong say the push toward more Chinese language in schools and elsewhere is only increasing.



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