THE Chinese consulate in Sydney has asked authorities to provide better protection for students after receiving reports of a high number of robberies and assaults.More than 180,000 international students studied in NSW last year, and Chinese overseas students make up the largest group at most universities.To date, no empirical research has focused solely upon understanding the personal and sociocultural stressors of Chinese international students in the United States.
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This study reveals that the life of Chinese students in the United States is not easy and that these students have to endure multifaceted life stresses.
These results can be used to help Chinese international students adapt to the American educational environment and to improve the services and programs American universities deliver to their foreign students.
More than 150 newly arrived overseas Chinese students attended a security seminar at Parliament House last Friday.
Representatives of the NSW Government, the Education and Immigration departments and the police sought to reassure them and journalists from the main Chinese news agencies that the situation was under control.
He told of a student in Burwood robbed four times and a western Sydney student killed in her house while she was on the internet.