Obama's First China Visit

As part of a wider-ranging tour of Asia, US President Barack Obama made stops in both Shanghai and Beijing, meeting with young people and Chinese leaders, So what did Mr. Obama's trip to China accomplish and what does the future hold for the US relationship with greater Asia? CRI brings you a live video webcast at 9:00-10:00am, Nov. 18, Beijing Time.

 
Guests in Beijing Studio
Qian Liwei
Associate Research Fellow, Institute of American Studies, CICIR.
Guests in LA Studio
Charles "Buck" Stapleton
Professor at West Los Angeles College and California State University, Los Angeles
Ben Tang
Director of Claremont Institute's Asian Studies Programs
CRI Hosts
Paul James
Host of People in the Know
Background

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