With the booming number of Chinese applicants to U.S. colleges, related education industry starts to grow exponentially. However, due to the lack of regulation and culture background, ethic problems like cheating starts to appear as expected. Additionally, the corruption of system becomes collective, and all members in the business seems to be benefiting from the corruption.
In a classic Hong Kong movie, a running train is used as a metaphor of collective corruption. As individuals, everyone has the right to choose aboard the train or not. Nevertheless, to slow down the running train is not as easy as get it started. People wish to stop the train by standing in front of it usually are smashed to pieces.
Is the running train of collective corruption really unstoppable? Let us dig into the problem and see how to crack it down.