How many Chinese are going abroad and why

| August 28th, 2014

(Translated from Sohu.com)

Among the Chinese who go to foreign countries, some are for the shopping spree, some for traveling, some for study, and some are for immigration. Getting out of the country gate is nothing new for today’s Chinese anymore. There are 3 main purposes for them to leave the country, for good.
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#ChinaEd a Global Education Hot Spot

| June 17th, 2013

In the past decade, China has been the driver of international student growth for much of the world. The most popular destination for Chinese students has been the United States. The US is, in fact, the leading destination for all foreign student intake worldwide.

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My American journey

| December 13th, 2012

When I was seven years old, my first impression of America was that it was a “Country of Chocolate.” The reason for that was that I was given an American Chocolate by one of my aunt’s friends who had just returned to China from the U.S. While the adults were talking about the country with such a strong interest, for me, the chocolate represented everything in the world. When I started the fourth grade, I began to learn […]Read more…

Taiwan Female Student Studying in France to Kiss 100 Men

| September 13th, 2009

 

[Netease] From Taiwan studying in France, 27 year old female student Yang yaqing (杨雅晴) started an act called “kissing hundred men in Paris” in this summer break. From blond to black, from model to cleaning worker, even man who is bald and fat, all are objects of a kiss. Yang already successfully kissed 53 men in Paris, her blog used to record her kissing progress also got popular over night.

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Virginia Tech Chinese Graduate Student Murder Case Update

| February 1st, 2009

From Sohu BBS

Graduate Student Xin Yang was decapitated in a cafe at Virginia Tech university after had only arrived to United States weeks from China. Suspect Zhu Haiyang, a PHD student also came from china has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder.

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