The first charter flight for Chinese students landed in Northern Ireland on Saturday, bringing 369 university students from China back to their campus for studies in the United Kingdom.

The direct flight, from Beijing to Belfast, brought back more than one in four Chinese students registered at the Queen’s University in Belfast, or QUB.

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