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The Pressure on Students to Do Well in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is one of the most developed countries not only in the region of Asia, but in the world as well. Beyond the shadow of a doubt, it is a great place to live, work and play as it has much to offer. Not to mention, it is also a viable option to receive world class education. No wonder so many expats are comfortable with their lives in Hong Kong and take no issue with raising their families there.

 

But with the high performance level in Hong Kong, there is no doubt that the pressure is equally high for students to perform beyond their capabilities in the academe. This can be a struggle for some and has even led to a number of suicidal incidents in the country. Clearly, the pressure has become immense for some and too much to handle.

 

With this in mind, it is ideal that parents keep in mind that there should be a clear balance between work and play for their children. It might also be helpful to hire Hong Kong private tutors to help out with ensuring that children learn what they need to in a fun, professional and informative manner.

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