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Topic - Joseph Cheng
When it comes to public appearances, China's president is no Barack Obama. Stiff and media-averse, the 67-year-old Hu Jintao will be stepping out of character when he takes questions from reporters after meeting the U.S. president on Wednesday. It's a White House demand that could create some awkward moments, but Hu is willing to take the risk to improve China's image abroad.
While he may not win the hearts of the American public, he may blunt some of the harsher criticisms, Cheng said.
"He wants to try to do a little public relations and get his message across," he said.