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Salient. The Newspaper of Victoria University College. Vol. 19, No. 6. May 31, 1955

Malaya and Chinese Students

Malaya and Chinese Students

Any Chinese student from Malaya who wishes to go to communist China may leave freely, but he would not be allowed to return to Malaya, according to a senior immigration officer of the Federation of Malaya. The official stated that there is no law to control the exit of people from Malaya, but that return facilities would not be granted to the student age group (16 to 30) because it is not the Government's policy to readmit any person who may have been indoctrinated while in communist China.

Singapore Government sources continued a decline of the number of Chinese students returning to the mainland recently. According to the Government statistics. 350 left for communist China from January to March of last year, while only about 200 left during the same period this year. [unclear: o] (The Asian Student. San Francisco).