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>> More Asian Universities Cast a Net for Foreign Students
By LIZ GOOCH
Published: September 18, 2009
Attending a university overseas has long been an aspiration for many Chinese.
“My father said ‘Why do you want to stay in China? Open your mind, look at the world,”’ said Bao Qianqian, 25.
The predictable choice might have been Australia or Britain, where her two sisters and thousands of her countrymen have studied. But Ms. Bao decided to embark on a journey that would keep her closer to her home in the eastern Chinese city of Ningbo, improve her English while still giving her the chance to converse with Chinese speakers, and enjoy substantially lower costs.
She chose Malaysia, where she is currently a third-year business student at HELP University College, a private institution in Kuala Lumpur. <<
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