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A school must be closed in Tiongkok after their teacher teaching if a woman must be subservient to their husbands

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A school must be closed in Tiongkok after their teacher teaching if a woman must be subservient to their husbandsA school must be closed in Tiongkok after their teacher teaching if a woman must be subservient to their husbands

News24xx.com - Fushun School of Traditional Culture in Tiongkok is an institute that claiming to instruct every women in that school to obey about traditional Chinese values.

The institute opened back in 2011, founded by Kang Jinsheng, an ex-con who left school at the age of 14 after stabbing his own teacher. He later joined a gang, killed a rival gang member, and was given a suspended death sentence in 1988.


Following his release from prison, he claims that he became a changed man after learning about traditional Chinese values and decided to spread the good word.


But, the rules in that school made netizens very shock, and they compel the authorities  party in Liaoning province to closed its. And on Sunday, December 3 2017 the Fushun education bureau announced on Weibo that it had forced the institute to close down, adding that its teachings went against socialist core values.


In a video clip of one class posted by Pear Video, a female lecturer tells her students that women must subordinate themselves to their husbands by talking less and working more. And women are taught that they should not fight if their husband hits them, that they will die if they have sex with more than three men in their lives, and that they will lose their virtue if they order take-out instead of cooking a meal for their families.



Every day, while studying at the Fushun School of Traditional Culture, women were forced to wake up at 4:30 am and work doing household chores like scrubbing floors or cooking for at least eight hours each day while being watched by instructors, according to a local news report.  


 


 

 

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