Yes, we’re heading overseas apparently, to bring back Chinese students who want to return to the safe embrace of the Motherland. Sea turtles (“hai gui” — 海龟), these returnees are known as to locals.
In early November and December, [a] local recruitment delegation will go to the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand to seek qualifiers for hundreds of senior-level technological and management positions in government institutions, large and mid-sized state-owned enterprises, universities and financial institutions.
Our guess is that they will successfully recruit the remaining 2,000 to meet the target of 10,000 from this round of fairs, as it seems that Chinese students have found it tough overseas, especially at Yale.
Chinese Students Accuse Yale Of Discrimination
Graduate student teachers and researchers filed a complaint Thursday accusing Yale University of a pattern of discrimination against Chinese students. The complaint — organized by a group trying to unionize graduate students — contends that Chinese students have been singled out for bad grades.
And students from China also find it hard to get to the UK, it seems.
For any Chinese student who may be interested, while it seems you’ve missed a New York Job Fair, this Chinese site offers plenty of relevant info.
What else can we say now apart from — good luck!
Related: Job fair site for foreigners in China