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Post time 2015-12-7 11:14:23 |Display all floors
File photo of Deng Yaping, former Olympic champion table tennis player. [Photo/IC]






The appointment of former Olympic table tennis champion Deng Yaping as an adjunct professor at China University of Political Science and Law was confirmed on Sunday, amid controversy over the way her appointment was made and her academic qualifications for the job.

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Post time 2015-12-7 11:14:24 |Display all floors
if she is not accademically qualified should not be in academic departments. should be hired in Public Relations or as coach.

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Post time 2015-12-7 15:42:41 |Display all floors
the university should maintain it's purty of science.protect the science from the dirty of the society

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Post time 2015-12-8 01:26:22 |Display all floors
Deng Yaping has a PhD from the University of Cambridge for research on the Olympic Games' influence on social development in China and served as a member of the organizing committee for the Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics and is the winner of "the women's singles and doubles gold medals back to back at the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Games and also won 18 world championship titles".

If she is not qualified to be an adjunct professor in the department of physical education to help build the varsity table tennis program, who is better qualified?

If Fang Liufang, a professor of law at the university, can name a better candidate than Deng Yaping then lets have a name. Otherwise, talk is cheap.

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