China's Wealthy Want Their Children Educated AbroadChristina Larson
One thing that even China’s wealthiest can’t buy domestically: an Ivy League education. Today a majority of China’s rich—defined at those with net assets exceeding 10 million yuan ($1.6 million)—are sending their children to high school or college abroad or making plans to do so.
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