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Bright prospects cause reverse brain drain to China

China Daily | Updated: 2018-04-16 07:39

BEIJING - Timothy Tian, CEO of SF Technology, recently made a trip to the United States to recruit talent for his company, one of five involved in LinkedIn's recruitment campaign for artificial intelligence or AI professionals.

"While working here (in the US), I felt that mostly I was enjoying the benefits of technology. But in China, I feel that I'm using technology to make a difference to people around me. And that's amazing," said Tian.

He returned to China six years ago after two decades in the US. There are many Chinese like him - "sea turtles" or foreign-educated, highly skilled professionals returning to serve a transforming motherland and, in the process, actualize their full potential amid growing opportunities to strike it rich.

Bright prospects cause reverse brain drain to China

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