Come On In, Folks

November 1978
National Review;11/10/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 45, p1396
The article comments on the increasing foreign trips by Chinese government officials and business leaders. It tells of the travels by Chairman Hua Kuo-feng and Vice Premier Teng Hsiao-ping. It mentions changes in China's foreign policies, treaties signed by China with other countries, and the student exchange programs between China and the United States.


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