Pupils salute during a flag-raising ceremony on the first day of their new semester at a school in the Shaanxi provincial capital of Xi'an on September 1, 2007. Photo: Reuters Pupils salute during a flag-raising ceremony on the first day of their new semester at a school in the Shaanxi provincial capital of Xi'an on September 1, 2007. Photo: Reuters
Pupils salute during a flag-raising ceremony on the first day of their new semester at a school in the Shaanxi provincial capital of Xi'an on September 1, 2007. Photo: Reuters

Juren says it will close, becoming the latest tuition school chain to buckle under China’s crackdown of off-campus education

  • Juren Education said it is “deeply sorry” for being unable to continue its services, and it is running out of money to refund fully paid customers
  • The company, an affiliate of New York-listed OneSmart International Education Group, claims to have taught 5 million students since 1994

Topic |   China education
Pupils salute during a flag-raising ceremony on the first day of their new semester at a school in the Shaanxi provincial capital of Xi'an on September 1, 2007. Photo: Reuters Pupils salute during a flag-raising ceremony on the first day of their new semester at a school in the Shaanxi provincial capital of Xi'an on September 1, 2007. Photo: Reuters
Pupils salute during a flag-raising ceremony on the first day of their new semester at a school in the Shaanxi provincial capital of Xi'an on September 1, 2007. Photo: Reuters
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