By Ku Chuan and Evelyn Kao
Taipei, April 28 (CNA) The Chiu Su Jen Yoga Center, a leading yoga studio chain in Taiwan, which abruptly suspended operations Thursday, will be ordered to stop enrolling new students if it is unable to continue to offer classes, the city government said.
Officials from the city’s Department of Education found during an inspection of its nine yoga studios in Taipei that the entrances were locked and no one would answer the doors, with two outlets posting a notice outside stating that their operations were suspended due to financial difficulties caused by poor management, according to the city government.
The education department said that it will order the center to stop enrolling students according to the Management Rules on Taipei’s Short-term Cram Schools (台北短期補習班管理辦法). If the center is unable to ensure that it will be able to continue to provide courses and safeguard the interests of the students, the department will revoke its license.
It is still unclear how many students would be affected by the suspension of operations. [FULL STORY]