The amount Chinese students and their families contribute to the US economy continues to rise. This is estimated to have been $13 billion in 2017-2018, a figure that includes tuition fees and living expenses, according to NAFSA: Association of International Educators. … [Read more...] about Trade war: How reliant are US colleges on Chinese students?
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Alan Mak, a Conservative MP of Chinese descent, said he didn't think many Hong Kongers would take the offer but said he felt, if they did, it would 'be a very big boost' to the economy, adding that 'Hong Kongers are very industrious and entrepreneurial. … [Read more...] about Revealed: Nine UK universities that rely on Chinese students for a FIFTH of their income – as rising tensions with Beijing leave institutions ‘s****ing themselves’ about mass exodus
At the outset of the campaign it seemed Ontario’s Conservatives – led by Doug Ford, the brother of late Toronto mayor Rob Ford – would easily capitalise on this sentiment to secure a majority. But recent weeks have seen the left-of-centre New Democratic party (NDP) surge in popularity, offering a progressive alternative to Ford, whose leadership has elicited comparisons to Donald Trump. … [Read more...] about Ontario election pits progressives against populists, with echoes of Trump
“Harry being in Los Angeles and William and Catherine being in the United Kingdom, [there's] a great big ocean, a lot of land between, and it's not going to be broached until such time they actually get together and Harry comes back to the UK.” … [Read more...] about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry latest news: Ex-royals sue photographer over Archie pic as memoir due next month
A SIMPLE GUIDE: How do I protect myself? IMPACT: What the virus does to the body RECOVERY: How long does it take? LOCKDOWN: How can we lift restrictions? ENDGAME: How do we get out of this mess? National Association of Head Teachers general secretary Paul Whiteman said he was pleased ministers had listened to calls for a longer-term response, rather than short-term fixes. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: £1bn catch-up tutoring fund for England’s pupils