Chinese-American Feelings on Trade Vote NPR's Richard Gonzales from San Francisco on Chinese-Americans' feelings about today's House vote. For some in the community, the hard stance against normalizing trade relations has changed in the 11 years since the Tiananmen Square massacre. Some Asian-Americans, many of whom work in Silicon Valley with trading companies linked to Taiwan and mainland China, see the benefits of future economic trade. But Chinese dissidents feel otherwise.
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Chinese-American Feelings on Trade Vote

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Chinese-American Feelings on Trade Vote

Chinese-American Feelings on Trade Vote

Chinese-American Feelings on Trade Vote

Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's Richard Gonzales from San Francisco on Chinese-Americans' feelings about today's House vote. For some in the community, the hard stance against normalizing trade relations has changed in the 11 years since the Tiananmen Square massacre. Some Asian-Americans, many of whom work in Silicon Valley with trading companies linked to Taiwan and mainland China, see the benefits of future economic trade. But Chinese dissidents feel otherwise.