Bush in China

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Though China is pleased not to be part of President Bush's "axis of evil," many there remain wary of the United States and the power it projects around the globe. U.S.-China relations are relatively good now, as China supports the U.S. war on terrorism and Washington mutes some of its criticism of the Chinese government. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.



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