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This cannot be an advertisement because there is nothing to advertise for. While the college remains in operation, with the education reform they no longer have that much of a choice to select students, and students cannot really choose the college to go to either. The students admitted from now on, as I understand, will be mostly the students from the feeder junior secondary college. You may call it a 'memorial' if you wish but this cannot be an advertisement because there is nothing to advertise for.
There should (and probably will) indeed be more negative points to point out for the college in the future as the junior secondary college admits mostly weaker students. But the first year of entirely having those students' performance in public examination will be next year, so there's literally nothing negative to be written about at the moment. Also, there were never any scandals, mostly thanks to the college being a relatively new one.
- When it was neutral information, why was it necessary to mention this: It is now offering education to form four to form six pupils (24 classes), with a minimal tuition of only HKD$590 per annum., The College soon become a popular school among top pupils of Hong Kong and their parents. or Even though the College has very low tuition fee, its students are mostly of middle and upper-class backgrounds with few from lower socio-economic classes. Nevertheless, the College did not, in anyway, select its students based on anything but academic merits and behaviour (lateness and absence from previous school, for examples, are fatal factors in hindering successful applications). The reason for this phenomenon is because students of more comfortable background are usually higher academic achievers in Hong Kong.. That is pure advertising in my opinion. 19:00, 9 October 2013 (UTC)