During the nineteen eighty to nineteen ninety, the major segment of Hong Kong economy transform from secondary industry to tertiary industry. The society realizes that our economy is not labour-force oriented, but knowledge oriented. Hence, the government and the public would like to select or differentiate potential students to engage in university through holding a public examination. The majority of the public hold a belief that students who can get the degree of university is the new power it boost the economy and enhance the competitiveness of H.K. Consequently, students and their parents resort to every conceivable means that they can improve the examination performance. The most popular way is attending tutorial class. Indeed, I am one of the victim of this culture
The courses offered by tutorial school are lavish is nothing new. According to the research of oriental daily news, 80% of secondary school students are participating in tutorial class and the tuition fee reach 3 billion, 12/9/2012. It is unbelievable that the great amount of money spend on tutorial service in the city. As we know, over one million citizens in Hong Kong are live under poverty line; they cannot even earn a living. Also, the consumer price index rise sharply under the speedy inflation. The living standard becomes very high in this decade. What if the students who blindly join the tutorial class in order to improve the academic result? Obviously, their parents will shoulder a heavier financial burden and it may weaken their ability of maintaining the living standard. Moreover their parents will need to do mores job to settle payments. In my case, I spent two thousand a month for the courses, my mother need to take two more part time job for extra expenses. It is hard for those poverty..
Teenagers are easily be affected by peer pressure. We may give a thought that those students who surrounding them go to tutorial class will have competitive advantage against them. Therefore,...
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