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Friday, January 21, 2011

Hu's Human Rights Remarks

The interesting thing about President Hu Jintao's remarks here in the United States on human rights is that they were censored in China, at least according to Washington Post Reporter Keith B. Richburg.  The article, "Hu's remarks censored back home", is to be found here.
The BBC television report was airing a clip from Wednesday's Obama-Hu news conference at the White House, on the touchy topic of human rights.  "A lot still needs to be done . . . ," Chinese President Hu Jintao started to say.

And then the television report went black.
Calling Senator Reid.

Regards  —  Cliff

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