The Japan TimesBy Didi Tang. After getting a glimpse from the seniors in his high school of the endless cramming for China’s grueling college entrance exams, 16-year-old Zhang Kaisheng decided to take a different path. Like a growing number of Chinese teenagers, Zhang plans to enroll this fall in a private U.S. high school, where he and his parents hope he will get a more well-rounded — if far more expensive — education. Tuition, room and board can cost around $40,000 — three to four times more than an elite private school in China. More...