Getting Accepted into China's Hamburger University Harder Than Getting into Harvard

Posted by Randall A Reinwasser on Wednesday, January 26, 2011 Under: Culture
“I’m thrilled and proud to attend Hamburger University,” said Zhou, who in 2007 started as a management trainee in the central Chinese city of Changsha, a job for which she and seven others were among 1,000 applicants. That’s a selection rate of less than 1 percent, lower than Harvard University's record low acceptance rate last year of about 7 percent, according to the school’s official newspaper.

Hopefully, they're learning what to do in case some total idiot calls China's version of 911, to complain that a food item is missing from his order.

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