National flags, including Chinese, are waved by graduates of the School of International and Public Affairs during their commencement ceremony at Columbia University in New York in May 2018. Photo: Xinhua National flags, including Chinese, are waved by graduates of the School of International and Public Affairs during their commencement ceremony at Columbia University in New York in May 2018. Photo: Xinhua
National flags, including Chinese, are waved by graduates of the School of International and Public Affairs during their commencement ceremony at Columbia University in New York in May 2018. Photo: Xinhua

Letters | If the US wants to shut out Chinese students, UK universities may benefit

Topic |   US-China relations
National flags, including Chinese, are waved by graduates of the School of International and Public Affairs during their commencement ceremony at Columbia University in New York in May 2018. Photo: Xinhua National flags, including Chinese, are waved by graduates of the School of International and Public Affairs during their commencement ceremony at Columbia University in New York in May 2018. Photo: Xinhua
National flags, including Chinese, are waved by graduates of the School of International and Public Affairs during their commencement ceremony at Columbia University in New York in May 2018. Photo: Xinhua
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