US-China, PR Relations / American's Return To United States / Amp. To United States / Coca-Cola #56279
ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 23, 1979
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(Studio) China (PR) vice-premier Teng Hsiao-ping's upcoming United States visit noted. Also reported is 1st-time visit to United States by American Daniel Kelly, who has spent entire life in China.
REPORTER: Max Robinson
(Seattle, WA) Kelly's 20-yr. detention in Chinese prison camps because he refused to renounce American citizenship noted. Kelly's father reported to have been American missionary to China. [KELLY - comments.]
REPORTER: Ken Schram (KOMO-TV reporter and newstape)
(Studio) Presentation to Secretary of State Cyrus Vance of credentials to become amb. to United States by Chinese liaison officer Chai Tse-min reported; film shown. Upcoming report on sign of change in China mentioned.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(Hong Kong) Report on Coca-Cola's reentrance into China mkts.; shipments to Canton, Shanghai and Peking noted. (Video difficulty.)
REPORTER: Jim Laurie
- Laurie, Jim;
- Reynolds, Frank;
- Robinson, Max
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