佢喺楊穎宇批評後雖然囂張，但都急急改名做「DSE Miss Huang 5**」。楊穎宇慨嘆話，「小紅書是金鐘罩、鐵布衫，HKEAA量他有豹子膽也不敢把它拿下。」
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As the release of examination results approaches, it has come to light that a user on the Chinese social media platform Xiaohongshu (Little Red Book) has openly posted corrected reference documents marked as “Confidential (For Examiner Use Only)” for the Chinese Language subject. The user claims that more documents will be released publicly in August. Former subject manager of the Hong Kong Examinations and Assessment Authority (HKEAA), Yang Wingyu, criticized this action, stating that “Xiaohongshu is not above the law” and questioned the responsibility of the HKEAA. The examiner, however, responded defiantly, stating, “Serious and logical… let the HKEAA do their job,” showing an extreme level of arrogance.
The Xiaohongshu account in question is named “DSE 5** 王老師” and focuses on sharing assessment materials. The user claims to have taught for ten years at a day school and graduated from the Chinese Department at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. They also state that they have received internal training from the HKEAA, worked as an examiner, and researched thousands of examination papers. As early as May, when the examiner received the assessment schedule from the HKEAA, they immediately posted about it on Xiaohongshu, claiming responsibility for grading “a mix of feelings gathering” and aiming to mark 500 essays in 28 days.
After receiving criticism from Yang Wingyu, the examiner changed their username to “DSE Miss Huang 5**.” Yang Wingyu lamented that “Xiaohongshu is untouchable; the HKEAA, even if they have the courage of a leopard, dare not take it down.”
A few years ago, renowned tutor Kris Lau was prosecuted for purchasing confidential assessment materials from former students, resulting in charges of “conspiracy to accept advantages as an agent.” The judge ruled that even though the alteration of papers was done within a span of only two days, it still met the definition of bribery under the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance. Hong Kong Language Learning Association (HKLLA) hereby reminds parents not to purchase confidential examination materials from this “Teacher Huang.” Otherwise, they will bear the legal risks themselves.