Thirty of the 70 Chinese students and teachers on board Asiana Flight 214 were heading to the West Valley Christian Church in the San Fernando Valley for a three-week summer program. They're part of a larger trend of Chinese students coming to the United States for education opportunities.
Before 2008, only Chinese businessmen were allowed to travel to the U.S. Since then, the number of Chinese visitors has continued to grow. About 200,000 Chinese students studied abroad in the U.S. last year, making it the fifth straight year of 20 percent growth.
To learn more about these programs and the students who attend them, Take Two reached out to Clayton Dube at the USC U.S.-China Institute.