In the second part of a series exploring China’s recent moves against the technology industry, Coco Feng and Jane Zhang look at the surprise crackdown on edtech.Huang Yu, a mother of two in Shenzhen, spends about 80,000 yuan (US$12,350) per year on after-school tuition classes for her nine-year-old son and four-year-old daughter for traditional subjects like English and mathematics, as well as computer programming, painting, piano, football and even basic engineering with Lego.Huang’s tuition…

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