Well, I'm genuinely glad to hear it. That's reassuring. After the Hanoi student rip-off fiasco of a number of years ago by an ROC mill, and the seemingly endless (and similar to one another) stories coming out of Malaysia, not to mention--turnabout being a kind of sick fair play--that university (sic) in a basement in Sant Luss, one got the impression that Byzantium, where everything was for sale, had simply skidded southeastward. Next question: does any country, US, Malaysia, Viet Nam, ROC, wherever, have any kind of registration or licensing--quality control of some sort--for these university reps? If this doesn't exist it might actually be a useful--yeah, it could too--new form of bureaucratic control. Obviously, any university hiring a foreign rep ought to check out the person/agency thoroughly, but just as (genuine) accreditation provides a certain irreducible benchmark, and that easily accessible and easily understood, so might some intelligent system of agent licensure or registration peculiar to universities, not just a business rep licensure. If a university sent its own staff person from the home office to the other country, then the line of responsibility would be crystal clear. But a local person in the other country would have obvious advantages as a promoter of the foreign school, provided that local guy was ethical. It just seems like this is a soluble problem.