With a troubled economy and repressive politics, more Chinese are making the dangerous journey to the US

Educated and wealthy Chinese people have legal routes to get to the US. But some who are less well-off are choosing to make the perilous trek to the US through South America and the jungles of the Darien Gap. Host Carolyn Beeler speaks to Muzaffar Chishti, senior fellow at the Migration Policy Institute, about why growing numbers of people from China are arriving at the US’s southern border.

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