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SARI Recommends Africans to Consider Japan and South Korea for Career Advancement

In an article for Pan-African news site the African Exponent, Xiaochen Su, the Founder and Managing Director of the Study Abroad Research Institute (SARI), discusses the benefits of Africans to live and work in Japan and South Korea after the end of the COVID-19 crisis. Xiaochen notes that Japan and South Korea have come out of the COVID-19 crisis with less damage to the economy and healthcare than the West. As such, he argues that it is time for Africans to consider these two countries for migration.

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