Admissions officers from premier American universities are scouring China to recruit top high school students who might dismiss such colleges as out of reach or unaffordable, reports the Boston Globe. Schools such as Harvard, Brown, and Stanford are touting the value of a liberal arts education, research opportunities, and American dorm life to Chinese students and their parents--and even promising full scholarships. Don't be fooled by the teenager's slender frame and wire-rimmed glasses. His name is Tiger--and he's an American high school student's worst nightmare. The 16-year-old junior, as adept at proving geometry theorems as he is at defending a...

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