Should China stimulate foreigners to travel to China to increase foreign exchange reserves by exempting citizens from developed countries?

I have two American college students who are interested in Chinese culture. I want to graduate from China and travel to China. But after I learned that I needed a visa, I gave up my plan and decided to travel to Taiwan. Many countries rely on tourism for foreign exchange earning. The vast majority of China's tourism market is currently targeting domestic tourism. Should it increase the degree of openness to the outside world, and at the same time allow the people of western developed countries to reduce the prejudice and misunderstanding caused by not understanding China. ?
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The visa issue is not only an economic issue, but also reflects the political status and political relations between the two sides. The relationship between China and the United States is at a low point, and the US has not given China a visa-free treatment. At this time, the unilateral visa exemption for the point of tourism revenue is equal to the country of self-destruction. It is absolutely impossible.
Whether it is the United States, Europe, Japan or Russia, if you want to exempt China, you will definitely ask for peer-to-peer development. To put it bluntly, for the sake of money, China is not bad at this income. If it is to promote exchanges, then this exchange must also Based on mutual equality and respect.

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