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Teng Visit #503098

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 04, 1979
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(Studio) Chinese vice-premier Teng Hsiao-ping's visit to Seattle, where he will tour Boeing plant, noted. Film shown. Visit to Los Angeles area plants of Lockheed and McDonnell Douglas by another top Chinese official reported.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Long Beach, California) California visit by Chinese vice-premier Fang Yi, in charge of science and technology for China (PR) described. His tour of Lockheed plant, where Governor Jerry Brown is in attendance, and of Disneyland and of McDonnell-Douglas plant in Long Beach detailed.
REPORTER: Don Oliver

(Studio) USSR reaction to Teng's visit reported.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Seattle, WA) Background on Teng's visit, Chinese concerns about it, its successes and problems and USSR reaction to Teng's statements about Sovs. noted. His speech in Atlanta and joint communique with American government mentioned. Films shown. [Teng INTERPRETER - translates anti-Soviet comments by Teng.] Chinese view of trip's successes stated. President Carter mentioned.
REPORTER: Jack Reynolds

(Seattle, WA) American view of Teng visit reported Ability of Teng and President Carter to make personal assessments noted; American view of Teng described. Taiwan issue and Harlem Globetrotters mentioned.
REPORTER: Steve Delaney

Delaney, Steve;
Oliver, Don;
Reynolds, Jack;
Savitch, Jessica

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