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rseas no longer guarantees a well-paid job, the report found that 70 perce
nt of respondents said they do not care about return on investment and are more appr
eciative of other rewards of overseas study experience, including better adaptive ability.
Gao Ang, an undergraduate student at the University of Californi
a, Berkeley, said he does not regret going to the US despite its high cost.
Overseas study provides students with many advantages－their exp
erience tends to equip them with a global mindset and better languag
e and communication skills－important characteristics for future promotion opportunities, he said.
In 2018, 662,100 Chinese people went abroad
to study, up 8.83 percent year-on-year, according to the Ministry of Education.
window to Viennese social traditions, classical music, and Austrian culture.
While recommending three must-see Austrian cities for first-time visitors, ambass
ador Stift gave a surprising answer. While well-known cities like capital Vienna with its iconic concert hall, Mus
ikverein, and Salzburg , once home to Mozart, both make the cut, that doesn’t tell the full story.
Brice Péan, who studied at ski resort Innsbruck, showed his know
ledge of China, mentioning Hallstatt, a small Austrian town modeled on a Chi
nese housing development, as an increasingly popular destination for Chinese tourists.
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