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Day care center suspended over child abuse
    2017-November-10  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

A DAY care center under contract with Ctrip.com, a leading travel agency, was suspended Thursday after staff members were caught on camera allegedly abusing toddlers.

Three of the third-party center staff in Shanghai have been detained, according to Shanghai police.

To help employees solve babysitting problems for children aged 18 months to three years. Ctrip established the center in 2016, and it was run by a third-party organization.

Video footage of staff abusing children appeared online this week to public outcry. A clip showed a female staff member throwing a little girl’s schoolbag on the floor and pushing her violently, causing her to fall and hit her head on the corner of a table.

The staff members involved in the matter include a cleaner dressed in yellow, a child-care worker and the teacher in charge of the class. The head of the day care center also has been accused of dereliction of duty.

These four people have been taken to the Beixinjing police station in Shanghai for further investigation.

Ctrip is to provide physical check-ups and psychological support as needed for the children involved. The company will also offer two-week paid vacations for employees who cannot find alternative childcare.

The top management of the company apologized for the abuse cases and promised to continue assisting the police in investigating the case.

“On behalf of the company, I extend my sincere apologies to the involved families and children,” said Sun Jie, CEO of Ctrip. (Xinhua)

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