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SCMP | HK’s non-Chinese-speaking ethnic minority pupils can benefit from government budget support

Letter by Phyllis Cheung, executive director, Hong Kong Unison


The 2018-19 Hong Kong budget earmarked HK$500 million for a steering committee under the chief secretary to strengthen support for ethnic minorities...Hong Kong Unison suggests part of the HK$500 million be used to develop a systematic Chinese curriculum and make such teaching materials widely available to non-Chinese-speaking (NCS) students.


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