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MilesM

Am I eligible to receive the Chinese Government Scholarship if I have a (misdemeanor) DUI on my record?

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MilesM

I got a DUI last year and I'm wondering if the Chinese government does any kind of background check on candidates who apply for the scholarship. I know some of these scholarships (for example, the similar Taiwan Scholarship) does a background check because candidates need to be of "good moral character." So that's my question: does the CSC scholarship have that kind of requirement? Thanks for the help, guys.

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shuoshuo

Depends on your embassy. Most don't bother checking. They are more concerned about your conduct when you're already IN CHINA.

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ferlingmule

I don't think that question appeared anywhere on the forms I filled out. Trust me, no one is doing a background check; too much work. I wouldn't worry about it. Honestly, if you're concerned, I'd just not even mention it, no one in China will ever know (I have no integrity). ALSO in my observation of Chinese driving (while being in China) they appear to drive drunk half the time anyhow. NBD. 

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