The rise of Chinese overseas investment has also boosted an increase of wealthy Chinese emigrating overseas, reports Danish Weekendavisen (7 August 2015). A Hurun Report survey in 2014 revealed that 64% of wealthy Chinese has either emigrated, were in the process of emigration, or were considering emigration to a new country. According to co-CEO Simon Henry, many Chinese buyers look at potential investment destinations based on the quality of schools and universities available nearby in preparation for their children’s future – regardless of their child’s age. “The Chinese put extraordinary emphasis on proximity to educational institutions when buying homes for their own use. They take the interests of children’s education very seriously,” says Henry. [This article is originally in Danish and available in print only.]