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Xiaochen Su Discusses the Passivity of African Students

In his personal blog, Xiaochen Su, the Founder and Managing Director of the Study Abroad Research Institute (SARI), states that while SARI's goal is to provide African students with information about studying abroad, often, conversations with these students end up with whether SARI has money to give them and the students give up when they find out that they have to apply for scholarships themselves. Xiaochen argues that studying abroad is without a doubt expensive, but the passivity that these students exhibit is highly concerning.

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