Chinese education firm OneSmart faces demands for refunds after closing its off-campus tutoring activities nationwide

New York-listed OneSmart International Education Group has closed all of its off-campus tutoring programmes and learning centres across China, sparking outrage from angry parents who are demanding refunds.Dozens of parents this week protested outside OneSmart’s headquarters in Shanghai’s Putuo District, many of whom called out the company for refunds that range from 10,000 yuan to 100,000 yuan (US$155 to US$15,524), according to a video posted online by Chinese weekly newspaper The Economic…


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