Wealthy Chinese kindergarten provides serious security
Spate of violent crimes against kids heightens concerns over safety
A face and fingerprint recognition system restricts access to OTO International Kindergarten. (Photo by Daisuke Harashima)
DALIAN, China -- Every evening near an elementary school in this bustling port city, streets are packed with double-parked vehicles and people crowd the school gate.
They are the students' parents and grandparents, anxiously waiting to pick up their kids and whisk them home, an increasingly common scene these days near schools in China.
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