More students migrating to Asia to find work

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Increasing numbers of students from Western countries who face the prospect of being unemployed after graduation are choosing to move east to Asia.

With booming economics and low jobless rates Chinese universities in Hong Kong, Beijing, and Shanghai have become particularly popular, drawing the best and brightest from the US and Europe.

Juliana Liu reports from from Hong Kong.

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