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rseas no longer guarantees a well-paid job, the report found that 70 perce
nt of respondents said they do not care about return on investment and are more appr
eciative of other rewards of overseas study experience, including better adaptive ability.
Gao Ang, an undergraduate student at the University of Californi
a, Berkeley, said he does not regret going to the US despite its high cost.
Overseas study provides students with many advantages－their exp
erience tends to equip them with a global mindset and better languag
e and communication skills－important characteristics for future promotion opportunities, he said.
In 2018, 662,100 Chinese people went abroad
to study, up 8.83 percent year-on-year, according to the Ministry of Education.
ival, Tomb-sweeping Day, May Day and Dragon Boat Festival, all saw a marked increase in the number of domestic tourists.
During the three-day Tomb-sweeping Day holiday that ende
d on April 7, the number of domestic tourists reached 112 million, a 10.9 increase year-on-year.
Apart from sightseeing, more Chinese tourists now opt to exp
erience the cultural essence of their destinations by visiting local museums.
Over the past three years, visitors to Chinese museums have been growing by about 100 mi
llion each year, Liu Yuzhu, head of the National Cultural Heritage Administration, told reporters earlier this year.
During the week-long Spring Festival Holiday in 2019, more than 40 percent of the 415 milli
on domestic tourists visited museums, a report from the China Tourism Academy showed.
are available,” Huang said. How soon the first company will go public on the new board depe
nds on different factors, including the preparatory progress of the companies and their investment banks, he added.
Enterprises qualified and willing to go public on the n
ew board are mainly concentrated in such areas as information technology, biomedicine, high
-end manufacturing and new materials, Huang said, adding that the bourse has done lots of research on them.
“They feature relatively high research and development expenditures, and rather good growth prospects.”
Dong Dengxin, director of the Finance and Securities Institute at the Wuhan University of Scien
ce and Technology, expects that both the detailed rules and the list of the first companies involved are likely to come out in March.
“China is pushing the new board forward at full speed, which can foster innovatio
n-oriented growth through inclusive listing rules and offset this year’s economic headwinds,” Dong said.
Yi said the new board aims to better serve innovation-orie
nted enterprises and will serve as a prelude to capital market reforms of a broader scope.
The commission will carefully evaluate the effect of various reform and innovation m
easures on the new board. Based on that, fine-tuning measures for ChiNext and the National Equities Exc
hange and Quotations system can be advanced in a coordinated way, Yi stressed.