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Schoolchildren’s Life between HongKong and Shenzhen [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2013-6-3 10:33:10 |Display all floors
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Two students are showing their textbooks. Their parents are Hong Kong citizens and live in Shenzhen.


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Post time 2013-6-5 07:24:02 |Display all floors
Parents really work hard as to give better education to children.  Children now a days become independent at a young age.  They become disciplined and value whatever they have and get in life.
LEA &(*._.^)& Life is Good.  Enjoy every moment and live it to the fullest!

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Post time 2013-6-5 12:27:15 |Display all floors
I think many of these children are OFFSPRINGS of HONG KONG citizens with MAINLAND CHINA spouses or mistresses.

(It's hard to get a HONG KONG girl to be married - due to financial independence available in Hong Kong)

Living in Shenzhen and commuting to Hong Kong is NO BRAINER, as properties in Shenzhen is much lower than those in Hong Kong. Hong Kong citizens deserves a Hong Kong education - i reckon many prefer the BRITISH created syllabus!

cheerios!

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Post time 2013-6-6 14:52:38 |Display all floors
If the Government announces a better solution, the children won't travel between HK and SZ.

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Post time 2013-6-6 15:07:57 |Display all floors
sunny0377 Post time: 2013-6-6 14:52
If the Government announces a better solution, the children won't travel between HK and SZ.

it doesn't work that way.

Maybe HONG KONG government can start a PUBLIC SCHOOL in Shenzhen for the benefit of it's off turf citizens.

cheerios!

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