Chinese President Hu Jintao will finish his U.S. trip at Yale University in Connecticut. He is likely to encounter demonstrators protesting human-rights violations in China. But the school's ties with China run long and deep.
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President Hu will cap his visit to the United States this week with a visit to Yale University, where he can expect to see more demonstrators protesting China's human rights record. The college and the country also have close ties dating back to 1854, that's year a Yale student became the first Chinese citizen to graduate from an American university.
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