Wei Gu
Wei Gu

Students at Eton and other elite colleges in the UK, the US and Switzerland might be heading for holidays, their places are taken over by summer school students from 8 to 18 years old, increasingly Chinese. WSJ wealth editor Wei Gu explores with Shanghai-based organizer William Vanbergen this recent trend. Exams and tests have to limit the numbers.

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China Weekly Hangout

Wealthy Chinese are flocking abroad, for education, business and entertainment. The China Weekly Hangout  asked hospitality expert Roy Graff earlier this month: What do Chinese tourists want? Roy Graff of ChinaContact joined us to discussed the increasingly diversifying market of Chinese tourists. And yes, there is no longer one answer for basic questions. Moderation by Fons Tuinstra of the China Speakers Bureau.

On July 1 Hong Kong will see the annual march against Beijing rule. The China Weekly Hangout will examine on Thursday July 4 the turnout, and how the relationship between Hong Kong and Beijing has developed, since China took over the former British enclave. You can read our announcement here, or join the debate at our event page here.

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