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Cheng called on citizens to spontaneously remove the simplified character books.
Hong Kong also has private international schools, which vary in curriculum and teaching style.
With a focus on sending their students to foreign universities, these schools can be very competitive wait lists can approach 70 students per grade.
Most international schools use an English-based curriculum and tend to be separated into the British, American, Canadian and International Baccalaureate (IB) programs.
Many schools identify with a particular country (such as Singapore, Canada or France) and offer separate English and foreign-language sections.