Successful Chinese employees are leaving Silicon Valley to make fortunes in China.
Editor’s Remarks: Silicon Valley is increasingly populated by talent drawn from China and India, and while there is no sign of shortage in Indian workers moving to California, there are signals the same is not true for the Chinese. Indeed, Chinese tech giants such as Alibaba and Tencent are relying more heavily on the so-called “reverse brain drain”, by which US-trained, Chinese-born employees are returning to their homeland to lead tech efforts. This is a potentially huge shift away from the one-time status quo, which saw Chinese graduates scramble for jobs overseas and foreign citizenships.
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