Parents in China hope for better after-school care services if tuition not available

Many parents remained in favour of tuition, saying they found it useful and hoped classes could continue. PHOTO: REUTERS
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BEIJING - When Ms Li Hua's daughter was about to start Primary 4 three years ago, she signed her up for online classes on how to write compositions.

That was something her daughter's school was planning to teach, and Ms Li, 42, was worried that her daughter would not be able to cope.

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