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Tele interview: Chinese call for equal rights

06-21-2010 13:27 BJT

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For more on the Chinese protest in Paris, we're joined on the line by Ding Yifan, who's the deputy director of the Institute of World Development at the State Council's Development Research Center.

Q1. Hello, Mr. Ding. Sunday's demonstration was the largest-ever by the Chinese community in France. What message do the Chinese protesters want to send to French authorities by staging the rally?

Q2. In the last few months, Chinese in the French capital have been targeted in a string of attacks and violent robberies. What can they do to avoid these attacks?


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