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Phrase Book Helps China's Cops Prep for Olympics

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Phrase Book Helps China's Cops Prep for Olympics

Phrase Book Helps China's Cops Prep for Olympics

Phrase Book Helps China's Cops Prep for Olympics

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The Chinese government has already issued a guidebook called Olympic Security English for police officers who will be on duty at the 2008 Olympic games in Beijing. Phrases such as "please don't take too many liberties with the waitress" lend insight into how the Chinese view Western culture. Hear NPR's Scott Simon and NPR's Rob Gifford in Beijing.