Four Seasons Education, the largest after-school math education provider for elementary school students in Shanghai, made its debut on the New York Stock Exchange. After pricing the IPO at $10 a share, the stock opened for trading at $10.20, though ended the day down 5%. Joanne Zuo, the company's Director & CFO, was with us to explain the opportunity in the education space in China. There have been a flurry of Chinese companies offering private education services going public here in the U.S. and Four Seasons is the 7th among them. Zuo discusses how the fiercely competitive education system is contributing to the sector's growth, which is estimated to grow to $2.9 trillion by 2020, according to Deloitte. Four Seasons is growing at a rapid clip. Revenue for fiscal year 2017 jumped 117% to $30.8 million. With the new funding, the company plans to penetrate urban areas throughout China and explore potential acquisitions. Zuo says Four Seasons has no plans to expand outside China in the near future.