In a recent City Weekend Beijing article by Jill Petzinger, she writes about how China wants to raise their higher education standards by inviting foreign universities to set up offices, campuses and programs in China. Will it truly benefit the Chinese or will it be a one-way cash cow for foreign universities so that they can stay globally competitive? There are over 2,200+ universities and colleges in China compared to 2100+ in USA. Remember that China has 1 billion people. Tuition in China costs 30,000rmb a year while minimum of $15,000.00 in USA (without financial aid). In China, a secondary school student has to declare their field of study as an 18yrs old for college but in the US, students see everything before they decide. This is why so many Chinese students welcome American universities to China, especially if they cannot afford to go abroad. Besides, several US universities have not taken their curriculum to a global level and need to in order for American students to stay competitive in the global economy. If an American university considers expanding abroad, their globalization will benefit all students by expanding their global mindsets. The trick is to go global but do it right so that a university does not dilute it’s brand name. If the name of the game is about getting the best students from around the world, then let the race begin!