Wah Fu Education Group Ltd. Clarifies That the New Regulations Related to Homework and Off-campus Training for Students in China Does Not Impact the Company

BEIJING, China, July 27, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Wah Fu Education Group Limited (“Wah Fu” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ:WAFU), a provider of online education and exam preparation services, as well as related training materials and technology solutions for both institutions and individuals, today clarified that the new policy, Opinions on Further Reducing the Burden of Homework and Off-campus Training for Students in Compulsory Education (“Opinions”), issued by the General Office of the Chinese Communist Party and General Office of the State Council on July 24,2021, will not have a significant adverse effect on the operations or financials of the Company.

The Opinions contain policy guidance on requirements and restrictions relating to online and offline off-campus tutoring or training services which apply to institutions operating in the area of discipline-based off-campus tutoring and training for students in compulsory education (K through 12). However Wah Fu focuses on adult remote learning content and education technology services, providing platform services mainly for adults and universities. On the contrary, Wah Fu’s education technology services and education infrastructure services are encouraged by the Chinese government. Wah Fu follows the laws and industrial policy in China while providing services and has never been involved in discipline tutoring or training for students in compulsory education as mentioned above. Furthermore, the Company has no plans to expand its business in such areas.

About Wah Fu Education Group Limited

Headquartered in Beijing, China, Wah Fu Education Group Limited provides online training and exam preparation services for adults, as well as related training materials and technology solutions for both institutions, such as universities and training institutions, and university students. For more information about Wah Fu, please visit www.edu-edu.cn.

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