Chinese want to emigrate – but the government prevents them from doing so

Many young and educated Chinese no longer see a future in China. But the government absolutely wants to prevent an exodus – with more than questionable methods.

The strict social Covid controls are wearing down many Chinese who have become accustomed to extensive personal freedoms in recent decades.

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Ya Dong* first traveled to Chiang Mai in northern Thailand three years ago. He wanted to find out about the schools on offer in the city. “Back then, there were one or two Chinese students in most classes,” says Ya Dong in a video call, “now there are eight to ten children per class on average.” Thailand is currently trending among Chinese families.

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