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Dialogue 11/08/29 Japan elects new PM

08-29-2011 16:43 BJT

The election of Japan''s new Prime Minister is still underway. Who is likely to be the ultimate winner? If winning, what kind of challenges is awaiting that one? At the moment, the second round has already in the election. Finally, Yoshihiko Noda get to be the new Prime Minister of Japan. He is going to face numerous challenges in politics, economy, culture and diplomacy. Tian Wei and Gui Yongtao, Associate Professor from Peking University, were sitting together and talking on the topic: Japan elects new PM.

Dialogue 11/08/29 Japan elects new PM

Host: Tian Wei

Tian Wei

Studio Guest Speaker:

Gui Yongtao, associate prof., school of int'l studies, Peking Univ.

Online Guest Speakers:

Terrence Terashima, Tokyo

Yoichi Shimatsu, former editor of Japan Times

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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