By Patrick Lozada.
In the wake of scandals like one in which an HK couple spent $2.2 million in failing to get their son into Harvard, the New York Times reports that the Chinese Education ministry is planning to crack down on companies that help send Chinese students to foreign schools.
The regulations would let provincial authorities prevent foreign companies from entering the market, create more supervision for domestic companies, and require companies to set up funds to pay back clients if they don’t provide services.
However with the children of seemingly every senior Chinese official studying at an Ivy League university, there’s likely little for these companies to worry about. When reached for comment, every essay writer college consultant said that the experience would help them find the definition of courage, helping them to thrive and grow, like an educational butterfly breaking out of its cocoon into the world of academia.