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article imageChina suffers from the world's most severe brain drain

By Jishpar     Feb 25, 2007 in World
About two-thirds of Chinese who have studied abroad since the 1980s have chosen not to go back home, according to state media.
Even though the record gives the above back up. We have couple of people with different ideas.
MING WANG, was the first chinese who did his studies in abroad. After his graduation he thought of searching job in singapore itself. His parents and relatives thought it is crazy. After seeing the painful images of tanks marching into Tiananmen Square, he realised that he won't be able to return to China for a long time. He was offered job in singapore and later after few years he started his own IT solutions industries and was successful.
He visited china in 2001 and was surprised seeing the economic development of his country and started doing business with China also and on day he gave up on China completely.
Finally he says he love his home country.
Know coming to one more person Mr. MENG JIE,
He says when he was 13 years his parents decided to move to canada. His parents were professors in a university. They had worked very hard so that they could leave their farming homes. They felt pressure to work tirelessly so that they can get into university and find a job. The only aim of there parents was to give better future for Meng Jie till his education is completed and return back to China.
A few years before they left , they bought 20 computers and thought the students but unfortunately they had instructions from the computer organization to stop the same.
Know Meing Jie is doing his engineering. His parents gather many chinese and spending there time very happily. Know they have changed there opinion and wanted to stay back in Canada itself.
He says he is not ruling out that he will never return to china but the growth of China cannot be ignored. But the same goes for other things, like bureaucracy and corruption. The wealth gap is so big and it's difficult to tell on which side you will end up.
There are stories of highly paid professors and researchers, while there are those who work for as little as 2000 Yuan ($258, £132) a month. Many of the Chinese students here do not even think about going back. The ones who return are those who have no other choice.
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