With school starting up again this week, a recent CCTV news report may hint at an increase in crackdowns on illegally employed ESL teachers.
In the video, a hidden camera captures a sight that surely many of us have never witnessed -- foreign teachers working at a language mill without proper papers. Even the "Expats unqualified for language teaching in China?" title of the video seems to be painfully unaware of the humour in the banality of that question and the obviousness of its answer.
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