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Chinese International Students Flood Back Home

China Youth Daily, Posted: Oct 10, 2008

BEIJING -- Statistics from the Education Department of China show that over 50,000 Chinese students studying abroad will return and work in China this year. The China Youth Daily reports the returning Chinese international students has been constantly growing over the last five years. There were 20,100 returning Chinese students in 2003. More than 40,000 students returned to China in 2006. More Chinese students have come back to China in the last five years than in the 25 years from 1978 to 2002. The number of students who dont rely on Chinese government financial support to study abroad more than doubled in the last few years.

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