Leaving and Returning to China

We often hear of Chinese people leaving China in droves to seek other opportunities, but it’s less common that we hear about where they go, what happens to them, and who returns to China. SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson attended a panel, where writers Suzanne Ma and Val Wang and photographer Alan Chin discussed their experiences returning to China, and brings you the story.

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