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More Chinese students study in US

The national college entrance exam used to be the only way for Chinese students to go to college, but not anymore as more and more are opting to study abroad especially in recent years. Countries like the United States are proving to be one of the popular destinations.



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Added: Jun-10-2012 
By: Lake8737
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Tags: china, chinese, student, usa, school
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  • I have no complaints with the Chinese going to school here,they are not violent people and they except our culture and assimilate well in our communities unlike other Asians.

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      Haha, those are students? I tell you what. The best students go to the USA. Those who go to your country as students are garbage here.

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    • @dkast That could be true in your part of the world mate,but here in the states it is the Mexican's and Central American's who are the gang's and drug smuggler's who live a life of violence and murder.

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    • @ZANGADO

      Elite students go to USA, leftover go to Canada, UK and Autralia.

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    • @Lake8737 You are probably correct because most of the Chinese in my state of Pennsylvania seem to be enrolled in our ivy league schools like,Villanova,University of Pennsylvania,Drexel or even Princeton in near by New Jersey.

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  • Oh grow up. People have studied in europe and come back the the us for a long time and no one cares so why care about this?

    I concider myself lucky in that my community college attracted many asian students so I got to meet people from that part of the world while I was still young and non whineyass crankypants like I am now. Now get off my dang lawn you whippersnappers!

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  • A local State University ran 400 Chinese students through a 4-5 year program in just three years! They're getting the condensed version of a degree, while the school rakes in big-bucks.

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    • @downhill2400 If the college offers a full-time summer course schedule then you can have your degree in three years. I did it. Student are used to taking time off but coming from the military and deployments I am use to no days off for weeks.

      Point being, US students could do this too.

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  • Did she just eat some peanut butter or something? i couldn't understand a word she said.

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  • thats how we got on the losing end.

    did she say; "peaceful Rise or Rice"
    theLAB

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  • Chinese shouldn't be allowed in the country for schooling, nor should they be allowed to buyout companies here. Our Government hates it's people.

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  • You know your fuked when Americans go to China to absorb the culture and study, it will come.

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  • Anyone who goes to the USA to get an education should be required to stay and work in the USA for a minimum of 10 years.

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    • @Rhemis Why? if the US actually offered job opportunities and didnt terminate student visas the moment after graduation, then these gifted individuals would naturally stay.

      Locking them in the US for a decade would at least delay the problem and at most make things worse.

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    • @Rhemis

      They will stay if they think they have better opportunities in the US. But that's not the case now.

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  • All the Japanese generals involved in WW2 studied technology and military tactics in American universities, then obviously, used it against us.

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