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Bàocháng (Quid pro quo) Chinese Students in Halifax

(picture courtesy David Zhang)

This week the CBC's Margot Brunelle brings us a story about why universities in the region are courting foreign students, and what those students bring to the cities in which they live.
Halifax has six universities, and the largest population of Chinese-born students in Atlantic Canada.
As you can imagine, that's something to which local businesses are paying close attention.

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