Some Hong Kong schools teach national curriculum amid controversy

In Hong Kong, the move to a national curriculum has been hotly debated, resulting in the country choosing to table the matter about a year ago. Critics have said the national curriculum focuses too much on patriotism and should be done away with altogether. However, a small number of schools already have adopted the national curriculum, and instruction there is underway.

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