School's Meal Rule Sparks Debate: 'overweight' Children Are Given Just Vegetables While 'underweight' Ones Receive Milk And Meat 

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A kindergarten in Shanghai gives its pupils food based on their weight
Headmaster said they carried out the rule for the sake of pupils' health
Many support the idea, but some said it could harm children's psychology
Prevalence of childhood overweight rose from 1.11 per cent to 9.62 per cent between 1985 and 2010
Overweight and obesity were found to be most common among boys living in urban regions (23.2 per cent)
World Obesity Federation expects China to top the world in childhood obesity in 2025
Obese children aged between five and 18 will reach over 48 million in China in a decade

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