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CHINAS PREMIER WEN IS LISTENS TO BUSH SPEAK AT AN ARRIVAL CEREMONY AT THE WHITE HOUSE

CHINAS PREMIER WEN IS LISTENS TO BUSH SPEAK AT AN ARRIVAL CEREMONY AT THE WHITE HOUSE

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao listens to U.S. President George W. Bush (R) speak during an arrival ceremony at the White House, December 9, 2003. In their Oval Office meeting after the ceremony, Bush said he opposed a referendum Taiwan is planning that might point the island toward independence and anger China.
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