Student exchanges between Canada and China remain a critical mechanism for both countries
When universities continue to work with China, we are reminded that in spite of our differences, we also share similar goals—trade diversification, climate change, preparing for our aging societies, and reducing global poverty.
Students who are globally minded are more likely to learn the diplomatic skills necessary to address disputes between nations. Continuing to engage China reiterates Canada’s enduring friendship with our Chinese counterparts, writes Joseph Wong. The Hill Times file photograph