Judith Munro is the Vice-Principal at Brockenhurst College, a sixth-form college with 2,700 students located in the heart of England’s beautiful New Forest. In this capacity, she has been travelling to China to work with a sister institution.

As a foreigner who is often in China, she has experienced at first hand the revolution in retail payments there. Now WeChat and Alipay have opended up to foreign cards so that visitors (eg, Judith) can now use the Chinese wallets, which is the subject of this podcast.

Tomorrow’s Transactions podcast number 319, edited 22nd October 2019.

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