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Latest Chinese Government Items
Ted Lipien's April 1 piece on the Broadcasting Board of Governors' (BBG) efforts to realign U.S. international broadcasting in China neglects the available facts ("Don't silence Voice of America radio to China," Commentary).
Strolling past hip cafes, the young Chinese man in a white sports jacket and faded jeans looks like any other university student in the South Korean capital. But the laptop in his black backpack is a tool in a would-be revolution in China.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has listed two Chinese government-related telecommunications companies as approved suppliers for companies taking part in the Obama administration's multibillion-dollar program to expand broadband Internet service around the country.