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CHINA – Anticipating enormous cultural gains through the success of this summer’s Olympic games, school officials all over the nation have begun the enormous task of training the youth to succeed in the competitive atmosphere of the future. As is customary, the process is a highly controlled regimen of both verbal and mental repetition of absolute facts. A new, slightly controversial aspect has been added; due to the fact that their country has already mastered Chinese, the new training will take place in English with the idea that they will soon also be the ultimate masters of that language. This new method has drawn criticism from many of the change-weary elders who worry it jeopardizes chances of success. A local business owner who spoke under the condition of anonymity said, “If no broky no fixy.”

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