From Washington Post:
For more than three years, Khaled Rasheed and his family spent the nights huddled in fear as bombs exploded near their home in Baghdad. Like generations of would-be emigrants before him, he dreamed of a better life elsewhere. But where?
Finding a place that was safe was Rasheed’s top priority, but openness to Islam and bright business prospects were also important.
It wasn’t long before he settled on a place that had everything he was looking for: China.
For a growing number of the world’s emigrants, China — not the United States — is the land where opportunities are endless, individual enterprise is rewarded and tolerance is universal. [Full Text]