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Gary Locke sworn in as new US envoy to China

08-03-2011 08:15 BJT

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (right) swears in Gary Locke as the first Chinese-
American to be appointed US Ambassador to China on Monday, August 1, 2011, during a
ceremony at the State Department in Washington. [Photo/China Daily]

Gary Locke smiles after appointed as new US Ambassador to China on Monday during a ceremony
at the State Department in Washington. [Photo/China Daily]

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (right)speaks by Gary Locke during a ceremony at the
State Department in Washington. [Photo/China Daily]

Clinton swears in Gary Locke as new envoy to China

Former US Commerce Secretary Gary Locke is now officially that country's new ambassador to China. He was sworn in a ceremony Monday. Locke is the first Chinese-American to be given that post. Full story>>

 

 

 

Gary Locke takes up new post

Many people hold high expectations for Gary Locke who has just been sworn in as US Ambassador to China. Taking over from Jon Huntsman,the first Chinese American to hold this office has his work set out, if he is to successfully build stronger ties between the two nations. Full story>>

 

Editor:Yang Jie |Source: China Daily

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