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Special report on China in the world

Special report on China in the world

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Opening the gates

 

China’s decision to let its people travel abroad freely is changing the world. James Miles argues that it is changing China, too

  • Opening the gates: Chinese travellers of all sorts have become ubiquitous
  • Cash or WeChat?: China’s insatiable appetite for foreign travel
  • A formative experience: For China’s elite, studying abroad is de rigueur
  • Citizens of the world: Why many rich Chinese don’t live in China
  • A long way from home: Chinese workers and traders in Africa
  • Tuscan whine: Long-term Chinese immigrants in Italy
  • Turtles and seagulls: What happens when Chinese students abroad return home
  • The next sunrise: Ideas from abroad take time to percolate


 

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