What's this story is about?
More than a half million Chinese students were studying overseas in 2016. Agencies which charge extortionate sums to arrange for students to go abroad sometimes lack transparency in the way they operate. As a result, many students have seen their hopes dashed and their dreams of a future outside China all but broken.
Divided into four major sections, this project is devoted to tell how the business of study-abroad in China was originated, the problems and concerns along the way of its development and it’s current situation from both the angle of customer and of the practitioners.