Chinese tourists, some wearing face masks, are pictured on Indonesia's resort island of Bali last month. Photo: AFPChinese tourists, some wearing face masks, are pictured on Indonesia's resort island of Bali last month. Photo: AFP
Chinese tourists, some wearing face masks, are pictured on Indonesia's resort island of Bali last month. Photo: AFP

Chinese students stranded by Australia’s travel ban can head back to class, via a third country

  • Some 100,000 Chinese students enrolled at Australian universities have been left stranded by the travel ban imposed to try to limit coronavirus’ spread
  • One option to skirt the ban is an extended holiday in a third country such as Japan – but only for those with the means to afford it

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Chinese tourists, some wearing face masks, are pictured on Indonesia's resort island of Bali last month. Photo: AFPChinese tourists, some wearing face masks, are pictured on Indonesia's resort island of Bali last month. Photo: AFP
Chinese tourists, some wearing face masks, are pictured on Indonesia's resort island of Bali last month. Photo: AFP
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