According to The Wall Street Journal, 8,000 Chinese students were expelled from American universities last year, and the reasons were poor grades and cheating. It is not good news for Chinese students. On the other side, in China, more and more people start to consider those students who study abroad as wealthy, and that they did poorly in domestic schools so they cannot be admitted in domestic high schools or universities.
I would like to say that the situation above only represents a small number. The majority of students studying abroad come from middle-class families. These thrifty students just hope to learn advanced knowledge, look at the diversity of the world, and become more independent through studying abroad. They study hard and work hard to overcome challenges and get more opportunities by themselves. They travel with friends and are willing to see a different world and culture in the holidays.