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Q: Is Meten English still in business?

1 year 4 weeks ago in  General  - China

 
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No, they went out of business last Nov 2022. Meten is 100% Gone, not bought, no changed name, it didn't even pay people their last salary. There are some Youtube videos floating around the news about it.

icnif77:

I'd say, similar happened to many training mills in China since the last prohibition on for-profit tutoring a year or so ago.

Ohh, well ... it was good until ...

If you think about the numbers as ... '300 million English students .. in China ..' and you are an English teacher ... you have to have a similar feelings as you would struck a large gold deposits as a precious metals prospector ... 

 

They, '.gov' had to put stop to it.

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 Do web search engines exist at your place? 

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gagu ka na haha, you've gotten so lazy you can't even answer peoples question but yet collect the points like a video game? lol go home man, you retire you with honor.

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icnif77:

Have you ever spot one line Qs?

That's not worth of a decent answer 'cause it isn't a Q which demands real in-debt answer.

 

Lazy? ... me? ... never, ever, never ...

 

P.S.

There is a new exclusive reward program running at this website.

Anybody who comments at mine can get finger  prints checked in Chingchong free of charge ...

 

I have to admit, I always laugh next day reading what I wrote a day before.  

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No, they went out of business last Nov 2022. Meten is 100% Gone, not bought, no changed name, it didn't even pay people their last salary. There are some Youtube videos floating around the news about it.

icnif77:

I'd say, similar happened to many training mills in China since the last prohibition on for-profit tutoring a year or so ago.

Ohh, well ... it was good until ...

If you think about the numbers as ... '300 million English students .. in China ..' and you are an English teacher ... you have to have a similar feelings as you would struck a large gold deposits as a precious metals prospector ... 

 

They, '.gov' had to put stop to it.

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I really don't understand why Meten English stopped working

icnif77:

All for profit tutoring got banned in China and-o ...

.... all such org., i.e. Language schools had to close down and they (Meten among many others ...) did ...

Here is 2 or so years ago thread about it:

https://answers.echinacities.com/question/there-lack-native-english-teachers-china

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