A BIG RISK? Forty-six percent of respondents disagreed and 32 percent agreed that restricting foreign students from returning would imperil schools’ survival
Date: Aug 23, 2020
By: Lin Chia-nan / Staff reporter
The Ministry of Education on Aug. 5 announced that all foreign students could return to their studies in Taiwan, but later that day said that the policy did not include all Chinese students, sparking criticism.
According to the ministry, Chinese students who are to graduate this semester have been allowed to return since July 22.
Asked if they support the government allowing Chinese students to return to their studies in Taiwan, 43 percent of respondents expressed support, while another 43 percent expressed disapproval, the poll showed. [FULL STORY]