4. Since it is safe to assume that Dr. Gong received little or no formal English training prior to her entering Peking University, which was several years after she turned 21, in what ways were Dr. Gong able to gain a level of English proficiency sufficient for her to begin studies for a Ph.D. degree?
6. Given that Dr. Gong worked as a factory worker and then studied as a university student in China, could she reasonably be expected to then personally pay for her living expenses and tuition while a student in the U.S.? It is my understanding that a person on a student visa in the U.S. is not allowed to work. Could it, then, be the CCP that was paying for those expenses for Dr. Gong?