China is taking its education to a virtual level. With the advances in technology such as virtual reality and artificial intelligence, China seeks to enhance its quality and accessibility of education.

Traditionally, the country has been known for its notorious gaokao (高考 or college entrance exam in English) where students cram impractical knowledge for years to get into top schools. In recent years, however, there has been a growing demand for education reform to better prepare students for post-college life.

While most education technology focuses on creating online content, one company from Boston is tackling education reform from a different angle.

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Junse Lee

Junse lives in the future. She is interested in new rules and ethics technology will bring into people's lives.