By late afternoon, the invigilators were trapped in a set of school offices, as groups of students pelted the windows with rocks. Outside, an angry mob of more than 2,000 people had gathered to vent its rage, smashing cars and chanting: “We want fairness. There is no fairness if you do not let us cheat.”


According to the protesters, cheating is endemic in China, so being forced to sit the exams without help put their children at a disadvantage.

Riot after Chinese teachers try to stop pupils cheating - Telegraph