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Group of Chinese nabbed for taking images of Japanese university admission exam papers – The Mainichi

Group of Chinese nabbed for taking images of Japanese university admission exam papers – The Mainichi

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  1. China has no shame in cheating and stealing.

  2. They copy the exams and teach it to university in China. Keep sleeping world.

  3. This is the best tl;dr I could make, [original](https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20191108/p2g/00m/0dm/064000c) reduced by 78%. (I’m a bot)
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    > TOKYO – Five Chinese nationals including the head of a Tokyo cram school for Chinese-speaking students have been arrested for secretly taking images of Japanese university admission exams for foreigners, investigative sources said Friday.

    > The school head and the four others – three men and one woman – allegedly carried out different tasks, including purchasing cameras, taking exams, receiving data and recreating the exam, according to the sources.

    > People took the exam this June, and more than 60 percent of the examinees in Japan were Chinese nationals, according to the administrator.

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  4. What’s the point?

    >The exam, held twice a year, evaluates the Japanese language proficiency and the basic academic abilities of international students who wish to study at the undergraduate level at universities or other higher education institutions in Japan.

    You can cheat on a knowledge test, and maybe get into a university in Japan.
    But what then? If you lack Japanese language skills, and the required knowledge, you will fail soon enough in your studies.

    >Some 31,000 people took the exam this June, and more than 60 percent of the examinees in Japan were Chinese nationals, according to the administrator.

    Besides, such fraudulent behavior ruins the reputation of Chinese overseas students. Countries may refuse them visas in the future.

  5. Wait, how can cheating on an exam be illegal?

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