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Are we about talked a lot about what's made in China and bought here in the United States.
But turns -- consumer goods aren't the only thing.
The China is sending to American factors are growing number of Chinese students that are heading our way into part of it is because they're trying to get a college education here and many schools.
Are going out of their way to attract even more students from China -- count -- vitamin -- -- Cisco.
With -- on this cloudy what's driving the search.
Well -- you can start with China's booming economy and rich and middle class it means for the first time in China's history.
Millions of families can afford to send their children to American colleges and universities help them get those valuable degrees and start networking.
-- families are willing to pay the full freight often tens of thousands of dollars in tuition while their children are free to study what they want.
We have a lot faith and pictures castles and essayist and -- -- fantastic and it had.
Last night in Canada and -- that -- There are now 194000.
Chinese students enrolled in this country Jenna that is one out of every four international -- so a lot of benefits for for the Chinese students but what about the challenges associated with this type of band is you can call -- aggressive recruiting.
Well on some campuses you're right it's -- a culture shock and what -- the biggest concerns.
Is when -- Chinese students have trouble with English we've heard reports that dealing with this language barrier takes up valuable classroom time.
At the University of San Francisco in fact one administrator quit because of that -- aggressive recruiting policy.
And it is something other colleges are keeping in mind as they try to strike a balance.
If you go into a business class and 80% of students that are Chinese.
That's not the Chinese wanted and that's -- -- the 20% of Americans were expecting either.
Even so many US colleges are stepping up their recruiting efforts.
Some -- -- even going so far as to have their professors learn about Chinese culture and traditions.
To help better engage these students in class and -- sentiment Claudia thank you.
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