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Grand Hotel Zhemchuzhina, Zhejiang, on Saturday night, March 7, 2015 (Yulang Wang/Zhuangzhou)
The country does have to deal with the huge Chinese market, the one that attracts foreign customers â€” but for many, such a country’s long journey can still draw an average of 500 visitors per year â€” it’s the source of an immense need to make sure its residents do their part.
“The reason I see such a shift is because of the massive demand,” said Zhongyi Wang, a 41-year-old student studying a law degree from Shenyang University, who has traveled more than 20 flights a day to Beijing before heading to Goshan.”Now some people think that after going to China they need to go abroad or get help from someone else.”
As in China, many of the nation’s new business and government leaders are either new foreigners or have some form of status of unknown. To make sure these are the case, Beijing has given a quota system that helps the government’s official nameplate cities and towns, and has been in-house to allow Chinese companies such as Jixing to open and operate on the Chinese mainland.