Chinese Students Asked to Sign Suicide Waiver

September 19, 2013

More than 5,000 incoming freshmen at City College of Dongguan University of Technology in China’s Guangdong province this year signed a “student management and self-discipline agreement” that clears the institution of any liability in the event that the signee commits suicide, China Daily reported. “Under the contract, the students have to bear all responsibility and any consequences if they commit suicide or injure themselves on campus while they are attending the university,” the report says.

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