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Teacher allegedly helped students use drugs

A TEACHER with an east China training school allegedly helped two of his students to use drugs in a bar in Nanchang, capital of Jiangxi Province, today's China Youth Daily reported.

Police caught two students and the teacher's two friends who were using drugs colloquially called "king powder" on August 7, the report said.

It is not clear how the teacher was punished.

The students had allegedly asked the teacher, surnamed Fan, 20, where to get drugs earlier that day upon their graduation from the "Sun I can" school, the report said.

Fan allegedly helped the students buy the drug and asked three of his friends to join a party in a bar. He left the school in August, according to vice principal He Guangzhao.

The school, launched in 2006, claimed to help "problematic" students recover from all kinds of difficulties ranging from playing truant to Internet addiction.


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