The anti-government protests in Hong Kong are making some students in mainland China look further afield, to universities in Australia, Singapore and Britain. Photo: Sam Tsang The anti-government protests in Hong Kong are making some students in mainland China look further afield, to universities in Australia, Singapore and Britain. Photo: Sam Tsang
The anti-government protests in Hong Kong are making some students in mainland China look further afield, to universities in Australia, Singapore and Britain. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong unrest drives mainland Chinese students to look to overseas universities

  • While some say they are not worried about violence, others are considering Singapore and other destinations for study

Topic |   China Society
The anti-government protests in Hong Kong are making some students in mainland China look further afield, to universities in Australia, Singapore and Britain. Photo: Sam Tsang The anti-government protests in Hong Kong are making some students in mainland China look further afield, to universities in Australia, Singapore and Britain. Photo: Sam Tsang
The anti-government protests in Hong Kong are making some students in mainland China look further afield, to universities in Australia, Singapore and Britain. Photo: Sam Tsang
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