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The Chinese media uses U.S. election scandals to highlight flaws in democracy and denounce both candidates, yet many Chinese citizens have more nuanced views

2 weeks ago
espite the striking vulgarity of the most recent U.S. presidential campaign, the competition between the two parties and critical reactions from the media are "uplifting" for some Chinese observers, writes Chris Buckley, and it offers a chance to find common critical ground around the role of the rich and powerful in governance.
By Lucas Niewenhuis

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