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Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng is seen with his wife, Yuan Weijing, and son, Chen Kerui, in an undated photo in China. His escape from house arrest into the reported protection of U.S. diplomats in Beijing poses a delicate U.S.-China issue. (China Aid Association via Associated Press)

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Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng is seen with his wife, Yuan Weijing, and son, Chen Kerui, in an undated photo in China. His escape from house arrest into the reported protection of U.S. diplomats in Beijing poses a delicate U.S.-China issue. (China Aid Association via Associated Press)

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South Sudanese President Salva Kiir reviews an honor guard with Chinese President Hu Jintao during a welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. The Obama administration has been working closely with Beijing to try to prevent a full-fledged war between Sudan and South Sudan, where bombs dropped overnight heightened tensions. (Associated Press)

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Vehicles transporting North Korean missiles on display over the weekend were made or designed by China, analysts say. Meanwhile, a propaganda billboard in Pyongyang translates as "Let's raise the spirits of winners and build a strong and prosperous nation!" North Korea has yet to successfully launch a multistage missile. (Associated Press)

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Vehicles transporting North Korean missiles on display over the weekend were made or designed by China, analysts say. Meanwhile, a propaganda billboard in Pyongyang translates as "Let's raise the spirits of winners and build a strong and prosperous nation!" North Korea has yet to launch a multistage missile successfully. (Associated Press)

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China's Ambassador Li Baodong, third from right, arrives for consultations at the United Nations on Friday, April 13, 2012. The United Nations Security Council is planning an emergency meeting to discuss Thursday's failed rocket launch by North Korea. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

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Doolittle sits above the U.S. Army Air Force insignia on his B-25 bomber, which crashed in China. Without enough fuel for a round trip, his men flew to China after the raid. (Associated Press)

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Four unidentified Doolittle crewmen who bailed out over China are escorted through a Chinese village before being reunited with others. China was a U.S. ally where the Raiders planned to reunite. (Army Air Force via Associated Press)

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Japanese Foreign Minister Koichiro Gemba speaks at the sixth Trilateral Foreign Ministers Meeting, comprising Japan, China and South Korea, in the eastern Chinese city of Ningbo on Sunday, April 8, 2012. (AP Photo/Peter Parks, Pool)

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Rigs belonging to PetroChina pump oil near the banks of a snow-covered lake in Daqing in northeastern China's Heilongjiang province. Exxon Mobil is pumping less oil than PetroChina, a company formed just 13 years ago by the Chinese government to better compete for the world's oil and natural gas. (Associated Press)

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Yin Shanshan, who plans to study for a master's degree in Canada, checks her textbook during a French course of Alliance Francaise, an organization that promotes French language and culture, in Tianjin, China. Thousands of people in China are trying to gain enough proficiency in French to emigrate to Quebec. (Associated Press)

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Chinese President Hu Jintao (left) is met by Jyotiraditya Scindia, India's commerce minister, as he arrives in New Delhi Wednesday to attend the fourth summit of rising nations known as BRICS. They want more influence in Western institutions. (Associated Press)

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China's Communist Party dismissed Bo Xilai as Chongqing party secretary in March. (Associated Press)

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President Obama greets Chinese President Hu Jintao at the start of their bilateral meeting in Seoul on Monday, March 26, 2012. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

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Buddhist nun Palden Choetso set herself on fire on a street in Tawu, in China's Sichuan Province, in November to protest China's rule of Tibet

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Chinese paramilitary police and riot police stand guard near barricades set up along the main street of Aba, China. The barricades limit access to the town, which has been the scene of protests against Chinese rule. (Associated Press)

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Mike Daisey's claims about working conditions in China in his one-man show, "The Agony and The Ecstasy of Steve Jobs," created a firestorm. He has since admitted the work is a mix of fact and fiction. (The Public Theater via Associated Press)

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"For any U.S. film companies doing business in China, it's an important development," Imax CEO Richard Gelfond says of the trade agreement that will expand the number of foreign films allowed in China. (Associated Press)

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China's Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi speaks March 6, 2012, during a press conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** President Obama meets Feb. 14, 2012, with Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping at the White House. (Associated Press)