Students in ‘backward Hong Kong’ facing exam stress because they don’t know how to use a radio, survey reveals

Most teenagers in the final year of secondary school in Hong Kong have never used a radio before – and it is leaving them potentially tuned out ahead of some important exams.Youth New World group, a non-profit organisation that serves students and teenagers from low-income families, interviewed 939 candidates sitting their Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education from March to May.It found nearly 60 per cent had never used a radio, and more than 50 per cent feared unfamiliarity with radios…



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