Study abroad: buyer beware

By Vino Li

As more and more students choose to study overseas, there are plenty of study-abroad agencies.

It has been more than 20 years since the agencies appeared. And there are over 600 study-abroad agencies in China. These agencies have played an important role in promoting the development of education in China. However, due to the lack of effective legal constraints and industry self-discipline, some agencies have been accused of deceptive practices.

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Guangzhou: sex in the city

By Bonnie Lee

June 1, Children’s Day, was the seventh day after her abortion.

Twenty-two-year-old Qiuyue is about to graduate from Jinan University. Her boyfriend abandoned her and the child, so she decided to have an abortion. “I feel like I killed my baby with my own hand. I feel like my whole life is crumbling,” she said. For a week, she woke up with a nightmare every night.

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