It’s a test for tots as young as three months.
Several kindergartens in a northern province in China are reportedly charging parents 1,200 yuan ($190) for a palm-reading test that promises to chart their kid’s “innate intelligence and potential.”
Shanxi Daomeng Culture Communication Co designed the tests for children above three-months-old, Reuters reported, citing state news agency Xinhua.
Palm reading has a hold in Chinese tradition, though the Communist country’s leaders have punished some practitioners of the superstition, according to Reuters.
“This technology remains unaccounted for," Xinhua quoted a pediatrics expert as saying.