When U.S. closes door to Chinese students, other countries open theirs

The United States' ban on some Chinese students and researchers goes into effect on Monday, and thousands of Chinese students in the U.S. may have their studies interrupted with their visas expired. However, when the U.S. closes its door toward Chinese students, other countries may open their arms – especially English-speaking countries such as the UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand, Anne Marie Graham, chief executive of the UK Council for International Student Affairs, told CGTN during a live interview.