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China: Senior high reflections

Recent high school graduate le journal de Ahom blogger Ahom Guo finishes up his four-part look back at his high school years with the discovery that his high school is renowned for its progressive approach to education: “Teachers in Xiao-Shi rarely interfere students’ private affairs, meanwhile in other schools, ‘shit happens’, they'll have a talk with you when you seem to be in love, when your hair seems to be a bit longer than it ‘ought to be’, when you put some holes into your ears, when the color of your hair isn't black etc, there's a department in every school called ‘Political Indoctrination Office'…”

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