China Leaders' Beach Resort NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports China's rulers' summer tradition of running the country from the beach appears to be on its way out. The Web site of the official People's Daily newspaper reported that the country's new leadership is breaking this year from its longstanding tradition of moving the government to a seaside resort for most of the month of August.
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NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports China's rulers' summer tradition of running the country from the beach appears to be on its way out. The Web site of the official People's Daily newspaper reported that the country's new leadership is breaking this year from its longstanding tradition of moving the government to a seaside resort for most of the month of August.