February 21, 2014

Everything I Wish I'd Told John Kerry

Zhang Jialong, Tea Leaf Nation

The Associated Press

On Feb. 15, I had the honor of sitting with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and several notable Chinese bloggers to discuss Internet freedom in China. During our meeting in Beijing, I found  Kerry and his staff very warm, open, and willing to listen carefully to the voices of the Chinese citizenry. I left the get-together feeling excited that they had let us speak and ask questions so freely.

But our time, of course, was limited.

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TAGGED: John Kerry, China, Internet, Great Firewall Of China

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