If you think your law exams are tough, be thankful you’re not studying in China.
China’s national judicial examination for future lawyers this year posed a difficult question: ”If forced to choose, would you save your mother or your girlfriend from a burning building?”
There is a correct answer – according the Chinese Ministry of Justice, anyway. You should save your mother. ”It would be a ’crime of non-action’ to choose romantic love over filial duty,” reports the BBC.
The exam remains silent on what those lawyers who have a boyfriend should do.