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Hong Kong / China Rules #174129

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 01, 1997
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(Hong Kong: Peter Jennings) Hong Kong, under China's rule, featured; scenes shown of marches in Hong Kong, of the presence of Chinese troops and warships, of lighted ships and fireworks in Victoria harbor.

(Beijing: Deborah Wang) The return of Chinese President Jiang Zemin to the mainland after the handover of Hong Kong featured; scenes shown from Beijing, including nationalist cultural activities after Jiang's speech.

(Hong Kong: Peter Jennings) The meaning of the takeover of Hong Kong for the United States examined. [Stanford University professor Michel OKSENBERG - raises the issues in Sino-American relations before Jiang's fall visit to the US.]

Jennings, Peter;
Wang, Deborah

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