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China / Anniversary / Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, US #129476

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 04, 1990
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) First anniversary of China's crackdown in Tiananmen Square reported. Report introduced.

(Hong Kong: Bill Redeker) Setting in of reality in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan one year after events in China examined; scenes shown. [Hutchison Whampoa's Simon MURRAY - ponders what will happen in Hong Kong.] [Clothing manufacturer Allan ZEMAN - says China governs this whole region.] [Economic analyst Robert BROADFOOT, newspaper editor Willy Wo-Lap LAM - talk about China.] [Taiwanese government spokesman YU Ming Shaw - comments on China and communism.] Growth in trade between China and Japan detailed. [Former trade minister Saburo OKITA - talks about Sino-Japanese relations.] Asian nations noted shunning French-sponsored ship, the Goddess of Democracy, which wanted to broadcast pro-democracy messages to the mainland, due to China's power in region. [Goddess organizer Pascal DUPONT - comments.]

(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Resumption of trade between United States and China and President Bush's decision to allow China to receive most favored nation trade status reviewed.

Donaldson, Sam;
Redeker, Bill

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