Published on: 2015-05-20
IEMS’ David Zweig recently commented extensively in a Chinese-language article for BBC Chinese on China’s growing “brain drain”, wherein high-level university students and young professionals are choosing to live in the countries where they study abroad, participate in exchange programs, and/or find short-term employment.
Read the full article here: BBC China (Chinese-language only)
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