ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 17, 1995
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(Studio: Morton Dean) Report introduced.
(Beijing: Jim Laurie) The latest rift between the United States and China over the visit by the president of Taiwan, Lee Teng-Hui, to the US reviewed; details given of China's actions taken against the United States and of the growing anti-Americanism in China. [Chinese foreign minister spokesman SHEN Guofang - (thru translator) comments.] ["China Quarterly" editor David SHAMBAUGH - says the Sino-US atmosphere has been soured.] The issues now in deep freeze listed. [London Schools of Economics professor Michael YAHUDA - analyzes China's now rigid position.]
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