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China's first Etiquette Club for ladies opens in Wuhan

Skipping down to Wuhan where in 2009, the Higher Vocational College at Wuhan Textile University established the country's first Etiquette Club for ladies. The student organization has triggered long lasting debate since its establishment. This year, 62 freshmen have been inducted into the club. Let’s go to Wuhan with our correspondent Hu Li to experience a day with an etiquette club.

In the training room, these girls are attending a "shaping" class. Standing, sitting, walking, and shaking hands, all need instruction. In the Club, eight courses totaling 45 hours are provided for members, including studies in Chinese classics and an introduction to art and practical skills. In the textile university where girls are the majority, increasing the chances of employment was the original intention of founding the Club.

Guo Weiqi, party sec. of Wuhan Textile University, said, "Girls sometimes are at a disadvantage in job searching, so we hope to have them provide employers with a good first impression by enhancing their social skills. And of course help them to recognize traditional Chinese values better."

The enthusiasm of students was unexpected. The school had to set up a strict selection process to keep the size of the Club manageable, including height, appearance, and academic performance. The high standards closed the door on many students and ignited much criticism of the Club.

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