Sydney, Feb 28: A senior executive in China made nine of his employees do his 12-year-old daughter's homework.
One of the worker's, who gave his name as Chen, said that it took three days to finish the girl's homework, the Sydney Morning Herald reported.
He asserted that the team stayed up late for two nights, as the girl was quite demanding.
Students had been asked by their teacher to follow their parents to their home towns and either draw a picture, create a video, take photographs or write an essay about the changes over the past decades.
He said that even though she only needed to do one of the four options she insisted on doing them all, without getting involved herself in any way.
Chen, who is a professional photographer, said he was in charge of taking the pictures.
Other employees were drafted for the video and the essay, one person had to upload the work on to the school website and the company driver transported the team around town. (ANI)