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No more ‘paradise’ for Chinese students

The Center for China and Globalisation said 544,500 Chinese students studied abroad in 2016, about 3.97 percent higher than the previous year. Source: Shutterstock

Student exchanges between Taiwan and China benefit both sides of the strait – a win-win situation as Taiwanese universities get to boost enrolment numbers while Chinese students get a freer academic experience.

“You get to say what you’re thinking and they respect that. It changed me. Before you come you can only understand this place through news. You have to be in it to know what it’s like,” Liu Xinyue, a third-year broadcast production undergraduate from China’s Jilin province told LA Times.

But all that is set to change now. Watch our video to find out why.

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