High school in China regulates students' contact

04/5/2012 | China Daily (Beijing)

Officials say reports that a high school in China has enacted a policy requiring male and female students to remain at least 50 centimetres apart and forbids them from sitting together during meals was misunderstood. However, the school does ban male and female students from having close contact, such as spending time alone.

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