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A contracted labour period for doctor trainees (junior doctors) in the UK of no more than 48 hours per week.
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Apart from the quality of the education in Hong Kong, I found out that the situation about the tuition fees was very fair, especially when I compare that I can get the same quality of education that I would get in the UK, but the kind of fees that I am paying here are much cheaper.
The China Education Exchange (Hong Kong) Center, a branch of the Ministry of Education in Hong Kong, will exhibit at the expo for the first time.
He will also be contributing to the development of social work education in Hong Kong as a member of the Assessment Panel for the Hong Kong Social Workers Registration Board - a three year appointment commencing in January 2008.
He said: "I am pleased to be involved in helping to ensure the quality of standards for professional social work education in Hong Kong.
Recent changes in education policy, especially curriculum reform, continue to be of prime concern in history education in Hong Kong.
The tense and distrustful relations between both localities since 1997 are partly attributable to the inadequacy of patriotic education in Hong Kong.
Tung highlighted his commitment to enhancing the quality of education in Hong Kong in order to ensure the existence of a well-rounded, highly skilled, and innovative workforce.
Despite its unofficial status in education policy, preschool education in Hong Kong has been, and continues to be, closely aligned with primary schooling by both parents and teachers.
The development of social services and education in Hong Kong had been relatively slow until after the social riots in 1967 (Leung, 1999c).
In 1958, the director of education in Hong Kong approved the establishment of a career guidance teacher position in high school (this position was officially called "career master/mistress" within the school system).
He had his undergraduate education in Hong Kong and he got his higher degrees from Chinese University of Hong Kong and London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London.
During the political transition period, educators and policymakers have struggled to address issues associated with the role of education, the legitimacy of education policy, the challenge of bringing up citizens in mainland China, the use of English and Putonghua (the national language) in schools, and the potential for future convergence between education in Hong Kong and the motherland (Postiglione, 1992).

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