“We’re going to be very good to Chinese students … China is not going to be treated any differently,” said U.S. President Donald Trump, not long after the U.S. imposed visa limits on Chinese students in June last year.
Despite the hostile attitude from the U.S. government and a warning issued by China’s Ministry of Education this June, Chinese students appeared to be only acting as a stimulus for American innovation and academic diversity – not to mention their contribution to the U.S. economy.
Should international exchanges and cooperation in the higher education sector be largely determined by the uncertainty of a political and economic environment? Check out the video and find your answer.
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