CHINA | S05 05 - Chinese students: Commodity or opportunity?
When the COVID-19 pandemic caused the shutdown of travel from China, it shone a harsh light on the way Australia treats Chinese students who come here to study.
Some feel isolated and discriminated against, others feel they are being treated as "cash cows" by a university sector desperate for their fees.
Can we do better? And can we handle it when problems arise inside the bubble we have created around Chinese students?
Dr Fran Martin, associate Professor & Reader in Cultural Studies, University of Melbourne
Catriona Jackson, CEO, Universities Australia
Yaqiu Wang, researcher, Human Rights Watch
'Yuki', former University of Adelaide student
Jane Poon, Australia-Hong Kong Link
by ABC Radio
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