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From Beijing Shots
One of the most read and discussed news topics on the Chinese internet yesterday and currently still the number 1 trending search term on leading Chinese search engine Baidu…
Cui Yongyuan angrily denounces Hunan Province Department of Education: [They] don’t work hard, don’t do their jobs, don’t have any shame!
People’s Daily, Beijing, June 12th report (reporter Song Xinrui), Beijing time yesterday afternoon, well-known CCTV host and presenter Cui Yongyuan [famous for his popular talk show Tell it Like It Is that often discussed social issues] angrily denounced the Hunan Province Department of Education on his personal microblog, saying they “don’t work hard, don’t do their jobs, don’t have any shame!”
That day, Cui Yongyuan participated in an interview concerning the “training of rural village teachers.” Before the interview, he wrote on his microblog: “The Cui Yongyuan Public Welfare Fund’s sixth Rural Teacher Training session will train 100 Hunan rural teachers in August. In response to this, the Hunan Province Department of Education replied: ‘[We] don’t oppose, don’t support, don’t participate.’ We are extremely angry, and hereby officially judge the Hunan Province Department of Education as: don’t work hard, don’t do their jobs, don’t have any shame!”
According to media reports, in 2007 September, Cui Yongyuan and the China Red Cross Foundation jointly established the Cui Yongyuan Public Welfare Fund/Foundation with the “Training of Rural Teachers” being an important project of the fund. Since the start of the first training session on 2007 December 14 up to 2011 August, it has held a total of five training sessions throughout “Gansu, Guizhou, Sichuan, Hunan, Heilongjiang and other provinces with approximately 700 rural teachers having already undergone this training.”
At time of publication, this microblog post had already been forwarded 30,000 times, with netizens one after another heatedly discussing this matter.