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China: sin of journallistic omission

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Submitted by Robert H Yauger (United States), Aug 13, 2006 at 11:50

When the Lebanese stormed the UN mission in Beirut about three weeks ago, I saw a HUGE Chinese flag on two channels in roughly the third row of stuermers. I hear no mention of it then or since. What is the significance of this? Are the Chinese more involved than portrayed in this? Could it be because China is providing alternative tech to the Arab market, or aspires to?

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