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February 10, 2019

The US may face obstacles in the global race for Chinese students

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The US is still the number one destination for many Chinese international students. But a recent incident at Duke University over students speaking Chinese has some colleges worried that the US is gaining a reputation for being unwelcoming. Produced by: Rupa Shenoy. Image credit: Tyrone Siu/Reuters.

Aired February 5, 2019

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Pat B
A name in Chinese on a dorm door is great opportunity to learn something. Why not welcome foreign speakers to learn with us so we can learn from them at the same time. I often ask friends which language they would want to speak if they were to live in another country for a year or so. Most said they would be more comfortable if they could speak English. Of course we would. Embrace the difference, don't be afraid. Multi-lingual people are valuable in business, education and everyday interactions.
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