In China, 30 children between the ages of 3 and 12 are being tested "to identify genetic gifts and predict the future," reports CNN. For $880, parents can sign their children up for summer camps at Chongqing Children's Palace and the genetic test conducted by Shanghai Biochip Corporation. From the test and observations and evaluations made during the camp, the parents will receive recommendations about what the children should pursue.

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