A small percentage of Chinese youngsters that want to study in the US have been denied visas in recent months due to worries they could be a security risk. Photo: Xinhua A small percentage of Chinese youngsters that want to study in the US have been denied visas in recent months due to worries they could be a security risk. Photo: Xinhua
A small percentage of Chinese youngsters that want to study in the US have been denied visas in recent months due to worries they could be a security risk. Photo: Xinhua
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Personal contact key to China-US relations

  • Washington’s rejection of visas for Chinese students wishing to study in America hinders an improvement in ties between the world’s two most powerful nations

A small percentage of Chinese youngsters that want to study in the US have been denied visas in recent months due to worries they could be a security risk. Photo: Xinhua A small percentage of Chinese youngsters that want to study in the US have been denied visas in recent months due to worries they could be a security risk. Photo: Xinhua
A small percentage of Chinese youngsters that want to study in the US have been denied visas in recent months due to worries they could be a security risk. Photo: Xinhua
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