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The Communist Party Guide to Damage Control - Posted October 29, 2012
We're going to make a somewhat bold assessment: If the People's Republic of China weren't a one-party country, the ruling Communist bureaucracy's PR efforts would not be particularly effective. Party spokesmen (and they're always men) have no discernible sense of humor, and they aren't too skilled in ... [PRNewser]

Media Moguls Well Represented at White House State Dinner - Posted January 20, 2011
Last night the White House hosted a state dinner for Chinese Premier Hu Jintao. Only one TV news anchor was in attendance as a guest, but plenty of media moguls made ... [TVNewser]

China's Push for a Friendlier Face - Posted January 20, 2011
[caption id="attachment_13276" align="alignnone" width="408" caption="Photo: Doug Mills, New York Times"][/caption] China's looking to up its reputation in the West, a ... [PRNewser]

SNL's 'Obama': 'Let me be clear. Glenn Beck has no idea what he's talking about.' - Posted November 14, 2010
At the beginning of last night's "Saturday Night Live," Chinese president Hu Jintao, (Bill Hader) accused President Barack Obama (Fred Armisen) of spending $200 million a day on his trip through Asia. "Jintao" told "Obama" that he heard it from Glenn Beck, prompting "Obama" to say: "Again, let me be clear.... [TVNewser]