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China's private education booms

Many prefer a more open education environment to enter a foreign university, get better jobs
Saturday, October 17, 2015 - 05:50


AMY LIN, a Taiwanese based in Beijing, and her husband did not hesitate for a second to pay the US$20,000 or so annual tuition fees for their two daughters aged six and 11. The private Chinese schools the girls are enrolled in offer a bilingual curriculum and the possibility to

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