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Chinese Leaders Study American-Style Democracy

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Chinese Leaders Study American-Style Democracy

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Chinese Leaders Study American-Style Democracy

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Each year, the Chinese city of Dalian flies government officials to Los Angeles to learn about American-style democracy. The teacher is Joaquin Lim, a former mayor of a suburb east of Los Angeles.

Rob Schmitz reports for member station KQED.

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