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Post time 2015-5-5 08:51:55 |Display all floors
Sarfaraz (Japan)

It's a great glory, hope and motivation for a rural family to have a college student in the family. On the other hand, if there aren't any college graduates for several generations it means the family's hopes of improving its status will vanish and poverty will continue.










Senior students in Fudan Middle School, Chongqing, study at night classes before gaokao. [Photo/IC]
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Post time 2015-5-5 08:51:56 |Display all floors
in my opinion, i support this idea. the preferential policies will give the rural students more chances because the alloctional of the educational resources is not balanced. some children in rural areas have little chance of receiving qualified educational which will make the difference between them and the urban children whose parents think their children can not lose on the starting line. while this is not the best solution. it is better for the government to invest more in the rural areas' education in any possible way.

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Post time 2015-5-6 00:14:19 |Display all floors
Man the Chinese Gov't is truly generous. Feel sorry for the urban students though. So will i make it to a top University in China as a foreigner since you guys are generous :) My grades are quite good and the performance of Chinese Universities of late is certainly worthy of praise. They keep moving up the ladder.

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Post time 2015-5-7 00:41:41 |Display all floors
I support this move. The rural students have seen hardships city students have not and are more likely to use the knowledge to improve society.  
Certain city students get a degree cert and flee the country causing a loss of talent and money. This is a good socialist practice.
Chinese society is not western society. What is fair is different in the eyes of both.

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Post time 2015-5-7 09:47:36 |Display all floors
University and institute of higher learning are places to train the required skills to perform the required work to be done. Preferrential admission is not a way to get best education. Instead, there should be a open transparent solution to attract the top brains. Further, students from the rural areas will have to work in the city. They will bring their families to the city. That creates more problems. Myopic leadership solves problems before their eyes and leave more problems to be solved by others when they left office to enjoy their retirement. Then, the land is tilted and food will be a problem. This is nothing but a self created problem due to not generosity but feeble minded leaders.

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Post time 2015-5-7 09:50:11 |Display all floors
If these students would return home to their origin rural areas, China cities will not be facing rural population migration! Proper policy is to send professionals to train students in rural areas and attract them to stay put and create economic growth in their own rural areas. How do you think?

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Post time 2015-5-7 12:00:30 |Display all floors
I believe the rural education quality and resources are improving all the time, but it need a long time to reach the level as urban areas.

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