Tuesday, October 13, 2015   

Renmin University admissions office chief under investigation
(11-28 14:29)

Cai Rongsheng, head of the admission office of Beijing-based Renmin University of China, is under investigation, Ministry of Education spokeswoman Xu Mei told reporters today.
Xu did not elaborate why the official is being investigated, but media reports said that Cai is allegedly connected with corruption involving large amounts of money.
The ministry has asked the university to cooperate with the investigation, Xu said, adding that the government department demands a transparent admission system.—Xinhua
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