China Universities on the Move

See also: The Fall of America's Universities If American universities are concerned about the rise of Asian and particularly Chinese higher education, it is in the scenic hills of Shantou, once one of China’s Treaty Ports, that they should look. A Guangdong Province city of 5 million people that failed to blossom as one of the original Special Economic Zones established at Deng Xiaoping’s behest in the 1980s, it is growing to become one of the powerhouses in the Chinese education system.

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