China’s rich want their kids to study abroad
An overwhelming majority of China’s richest people are likely to send their children abroad for education, the United States and the United Kingdom being their first choices, according to a Hurun Report on education.
The report said that some 80 percent of the country’s rich people have plans to send children abroad, the highest ratio in the world.
By contrast, Japan has less than 1 percent and Germany has less than 10 percent of its rich people having such plans, said the report.
The rich people are most likely to send their children to the United States and the United Kingdom, while other countries such as Australia, Canada, Switzerland, New Zealand, Singapore, France and Germany attract most of the rest.