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China Daily / 2021-02 / 23 / Page009

Quality decides the future of continuing education

By Kang Bing | CHINA DAILY | Updated: 2021-02-23 00:00

Editor's Note: The Chinese people have always attached special importance to education. In the 20th century, China has gone through a long, arduous journey from one-teacher schools to worldclass universities and achieved excellence in different fields including science and technology. What will China's education journey be like during the rest of the 21st century? In the 11th of a series of commentaries, a senior journalist with China Daily searches for the answers:

Taking a walk on the university campus near my home has been my routine for years. Yes, routine, except on Saturdays and Sundays, because during weekends the campus is packed with cars which bring mid-career professionals there to take part in a wide range of activities, from attending special classes to delivering special lectures.

The scenario is similar in many other universities across the country. Thousands of young professionals spend a lot of their spare time and pay as much as 250,000 yuan ($38,539.67) to attain an MBA or some other special degree.

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