Report shows jump in Chinese students going to the US

    Thanks to the rising family incomes, China continues to send more students to universities and colleges in the United States than any other nation. During the 2012/13 academic year, Chinese student enrollments increased by a hefty 21.4 percent annually to more than 235,000, according to the 2013 Open Doors Report on International Educational [...]

The Chinese Luxury Traveler White Paper 2012

The National Day break in October is the most preferred time for traveling, followed closely by the Spring Festival in Jan/Feb. The Chinese luxury traveler travels in an average group of 9 persons, and travels for 8 days, spending no more than three nights in the same hotel. Chinese tourists spend an average of 813 [...]

Wealthy Chinese send kids to boarding school overseas in a young age

Contacts, prestige and a solid education can be a class act, Luo Wangshu reports in Shanghai.   An overseas-education counselor (second from left) talks to students and parents at an international education exhibition in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province on June 24. Representatives of well-known schools, colleges and universities from more than 30 countries attended the exhibition. [...]

25% of students plan to work abroad

More than 25 percent of junior high and primary school students born in Shanghai expect to work and live abroad after finishing school, a survey has found. By contrast, the figure for students who were born outside the municipality and now study in schools in Shanghai is 18 percent. The population and development studies at [...]