Overseas students enrolled at universities in China have been forced to study online for over three years due to the coronavirus, but even as some travel restrictions are eased, they still face complicated and expensive journeys to resume their studies. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
Overseas students enrolled at universities in China have been forced to study online for over three years due to the coronavirus, but even as some travel restrictions are eased, they still face complicated and expensive journeys to resume their studies. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen

China’s zero-Covid policy still creating headaches for overseas students, even as some near return after 3 years

  • Overseas students enrolled at universities in China have been forced to study online for the best part of three years due to the coronavirus
  • As China slowly eases some travels restrictions, students now face complicated and expensive journeys to resume their studies

Overseas students enrolled at universities in China have been forced to study online for over three years due to the coronavirus, but even as some travel restrictions are eased, they still face complicated and expensive journeys to resume their studies. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
Overseas students enrolled at universities in China have been forced to study online for over three years due to the coronavirus, but even as some travel restrictions are eased, they still face complicated and expensive journeys to resume their studies. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
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