Chinese boss outsources his kid's homework to his workers2/27/2013
A little homework help is one thing, but a Chinese businessman has forged new parenting ground by outsourcing his 12-year-old daughter's school project to his employees. It took nine workers three days to complete the assignment, which asked students to produce a drawing, photo, video or essay about a parent's hometown. "We stayed up late for two nights," one weary employee griped to the local paper. "The girl was quite demanding. She only needed to do one of the four options, but she insisted on doing them all." Or rather making them do them all. The school says it will have a "thorough talk" with the parents, who deserve an F for ethics, but an A for resourcefulness. [Source]
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