• Chris McMillan

Hong Kong parents’ soaring demand for learning disability tests

South China Morning Post

17th April 2016

Hong Kong parents’ soaring demand for learning disability tests

Experts point to the ‘unrealistic expectations’ of tiger parents, saying there’s no evidence of a rise in number of children with developmental issues

Hong Kong’s tiger parents have been warned against having unrealistic expectations amid an alarming rise in the number of children being tested for learning disabilities.

Government and private agencies say the number of children taking developmental assessment tests has risen nearly 20 per cent in the past five years.



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