Local authorities are investigating after a Chinese journal published a paper claiming students had been able to hatch a chick from a boiled egg. Photo: Shutterstock Local authorities are investigating after a Chinese journal published a paper claiming students had been able to hatch a chick from a boiled egg. Photo: Shutterstock
Local authorities are investigating after a Chinese journal published a paper claiming students had been able to hatch a chick from a boiled egg. Photo: Shutterstock
China Society

Heads roll as ‘mind power’ egg scandal rocks China

  • Vocational college and journal shut down as authorities investigate payment-to-publish culture plaguing academic publishing
  • Principal claimed her students could hatch boiled eggs using the power of their minds

Topic |   China Society
Local authorities are investigating after a Chinese journal published a paper claiming students had been able to hatch a chick from a boiled egg. Photo: Shutterstock Local authorities are investigating after a Chinese journal published a paper claiming students had been able to hatch a chick from a boiled egg. Photo: Shutterstock
Local authorities are investigating after a Chinese journal published a paper claiming students had been able to hatch a chick from a boiled egg. Photo: Shutterstock
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