A Chinese middle school rose to fame this week after its pupils' Englishhandwriting amazed internet users.
Photographs from Chinese social media show the students at Hengshui MiddleSchool, central China, were required to write English letters as if they wereprinted off from computers. They were even told to write each letter in theexactly same way every time.
Pictures of the freehand compositions denoting a wide variety of social andcultural topics, from prejudice against female authors to the importance ofkeeping healthy eating habits.
Although the pupils' grammar needs improving, their handwriting is so neatthat they could be easily mistaken for being written on computers. However,despite the pupils' perfect spacing and fine grasp of italics, their teachersstill found room for them to improve.