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. ?