In Paradise Redefined, Fong tracks the reviews of many in her preliminary cohort of chinese language only-children—now college-age—as they examine in a foreign country in Australia, Europe, Japan, New Zealand, North the US, and Singapore. whereas incomes a prestigious collage schooling in China is the most route to elite prestige, research in another country offers another channel via providing a very versatile "developed global" citizenship. this versatile citizenship offers the possibility of better happiness and freedom afforded by way of transnational mobility, but additionally brings with it unforeseen ache, ambivalence, and sadness. Paradise Redefined bargains insights into China's globalization through reading the expectancies and studies that have an effect on how numerous chinese language scholars make judgements approximately learning in a foreign country, staying in a foreign country, immigration, and returning home.
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