Low pay and politics means Hong Kong teachers have little incentive to want to work in mainland China, groups say squib

Groups representing Hong Kong’s teachers have poured cold water on the idea their members might be interested in working in mainland China. The unions were responding to a notice issued by the Ministry of Education on Tuesday, that said residents from the city, Macau, and Taiwan could take exams allowing them to teach at primary and secondary schools across the border. Among the requirements for any applicants was the need to uphold the leadership of the Communist Party, and pass a...
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