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Q: Education,breaking the Law

I asked a question a few weeks ago, about finding a new school for my son in our local district .Thank you for the replies from people on the forum.Maybe with some help from a friend my son will be able to attend the same Primary school as his sister,make life easier 2 kids in same school.The problem I face is maybe they want 50,000 Rmb to line someones pocket.Should you just accept that's life here,or break the law.I will be interested in your answers,Lots of people have strong views on legal workers here and illlegal workers,breaking the Law etc.

2 years 17 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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I would just accept that that's how it is in China, if you want to put your child into a school you sometimes need to pay the price.

 

If you don't then someone else will probably be happy to pay up for their kid to take your son's place there.

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