February 19, 2012

Building a Bridge to China

Chicago Tribune, Chicago Tribune

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He's got a winning personality, a wife who's a famous singer, a taste for Hollywood movies, a daughter at Harvard and fond memories of a 1985 stay with a family in Muscatine, Iowa. Xi Jinping, the vice president and heir apparent to the top government position in China, is not the prototypical Chinese leader.

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