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How China's New Love Affair with U.S. Private Schools Is Changing Them Both Reuters

How China's New Love Affair with U.S. Private Schools Is Changing Them Both

As Chinese students flood private American high schools, aided by high-priced "consultants," they are changing concepts of success and security back home, and leading ambitious schools to seek out more of the eager (and often full-paying) mainlanders.

Homesick: Why Chinese Migrants Will Take 3.2 Billion Trips Over 40 Days AP

Homesick: Why Chinese Migrants Will Take 3.2 Billion Trips Over 40 Days

Alienated and struggling to get by in China's big cities, migrant workers brave chaotic lines and difficult journeys for a chance to reconnect with what they left back home.

Crisis in Europe, Transformation in China AP

Crisis in Europe, Transformation in China

Chinese leaders know that, with Europe and the U.S. struggling, they can't rely on exports forever. China's future may hinge on whether its leaders can make the necessary changes in time.

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