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The disappearing Chinese student visa

The disappearing Chinese student visa

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  • Student visas create cross-pollination of ideas and technology integration. Although some students go back to their countries with learned insights after college, many choose to build a life in America. How far will these policies go before leveling off or changing again?

  • This is a killer for US colleges, which typically charge Chinese students full freight and use that revenue to help subsidize the tuitions of other students. Chinese students now make up about a third of all the international students at US universities, and that number has been growing steadily in recent

    This is a killer for US colleges, which typically charge Chinese students full freight and use that revenue to help subsidize the tuitions of other students. Chinese students now make up about a third of all the international students at US universities, and that number has been growing steadily in recent years. It's easy money for US colleges because of the intense competition to get into Chinese universities.

  • Continuing on this path will propagate the dumbing down of America. Without being overtly political, we are already there. But this is the part where we take advantage of the fair exchange of information, technology and culture. I get that an open space in one area creates more of an opportunity for

    Continuing on this path will propagate the dumbing down of America. Without being overtly political, we are already there. But this is the part where we take advantage of the fair exchange of information, technology and culture. I get that an open space in one area creates more of an opportunity for another - as that is competition no matter where you are - but the diminishing return gof NOT cross-pollinating (sorry, first word that popped I to my head) slows advancement in ANY culture exponentially.

  • A very troubling trend, but hopefully not permanent.