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Monday,Feb 27, 2017

From: CGTN

 

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China had become the world’s largest source of overseas students, and the naiton also sees the increasing numbers of the returning home.

According to Annual Report on the Development of Chinese Students Studying Abroad (2016) No.5,  which jointly published by the think tank, Center for China and Globalization (CCG), and the Social Science Academic Press(China), in total 1.26 million Chinese students studied abroad in 2015, that isabout 25% of all international students worldwide. China is the top sources incountries including: US, UK, Canada, Australia, Japan and South Korea. The World Today will bring you more informations about China’s Returnees.

 

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