Chinese students last year accounted for about one-third of the 1.1 million foreigners enrolled at American higher education institutions, such as Harvard University (pictured). Photo: Getty Images/AFP Chinese students last year accounted for about one-third of the 1.1 million foreigners enrolled at American higher education institutions, such as Harvard University (pictured). Photo: Getty Images/AFP
Chinese students last year accounted for about one-third of the 1.1 million foreigners enrolled at American higher education institutions, such as Harvard University (pictured). Photo: Getty Images/AFP
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Chinese students should not be caught in crossfire

  • The Trump administration, without warning, wants to expel those whose courses will be taught online only due to Covid-19
  • Washington has to show understanding and work with Beijing for a solution

Chinese students last year accounted for about one-third of the 1.1 million foreigners enrolled at American higher education institutions, such as Harvard University (pictured). Photo: Getty Images/AFP Chinese students last year accounted for about one-third of the 1.1 million foreigners enrolled at American higher education institutions, such as Harvard University (pictured). Photo: Getty Images/AFP
Chinese students last year accounted for about one-third of the 1.1 million foreigners enrolled at American higher education institutions, such as Harvard University (pictured). Photo: Getty Images/AFP
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