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100k Foundation Looks to Send More American Students to Chinai
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Shannon Van Sant
February 22, 2013 4:43 PM
Last year the number of Chinese studying abroad in the U.S. rose 23 percent, to surpass 200,000. Far fewer American students study in China - which is something the U.S. State Department is trying to change. Shannon Van Sant reports from Beijing.

100k Foundation Looks to Send More American Students to China

Shannon Van Sant

Published February 22, 2013

Last year the number of Chinese studying abroad in the U.S. rose 23 percent, to surpass 200,000. Far fewer American students study in China - which is something the U.S. State Department is trying to change. Shannon Van Sant reports from Beijing.


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