Feb 24, 2023 05:43 PMPODCAST
China Stories: Why Soccer Hasn’t Graduated in China
The country has spent more than a decade pouring billions of dollars into youth soccer, but amid lax oversight and a society that prizes higher education, the sport is struggling to move beyond the campus
Note: This is an audio narration of a Caixin Global article first published on Jan. 20, 2023.
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