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Are Chinese students worried about their visas in the U.S.?

A new report suggesting that Trump’s political adviser, Stephen Miller, almost convinced him to eliminate student visas for Chinese students has been circulating in Chinese student communities. What do Chinese students think of it? What do they think of Donald Trump? Are they worried about the deteriorating U.S.-China relations as the trade war continues? We wanted some answers, so we hit the campus at Columbia University to find out. Let’s dive in.

Jia Guo

Jia Guo is from the coastal city of Qingdao. She has an M.A. in multimedia journalism from NYU and has worked at Facebook and Bloomberg TV in New York City.

One Comment

  1. Mike E Reply

    The fact that they are answering in Mandarin means the interviewer (Jia Guo?) is asking in Mandarin. This also means that these students, regardless of what the interviewer tells them, are going to give very guarded answers. A Western media source? Oh, that’s fine, I promise to be truthful (nope).

    Had the interview been done by a Western journalist, and told that the media was of Western origin, then their answers I suspect would have been a lot more forthcoming. Especially about the POTUS. Notice how that one young man refused to comment on Trump? My point exactly.

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