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LinkAsia | Jul 16
Beijing's Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, is putting images of 1.8 million items from their permanent collection online. China's C...
The full political impact of the drama surrounding Chen isn't clear just yet. What is clear, however, is that China seems furious at how things have played out. Check out the following clip from Chinese state broadcaster, CCTV.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry says the country is demanding an apology from the US after a Chinese citizen entered the US embassy in Beijing. Chen Guangcheng, a native of Yinan County of eastern China's Shandong Province, entered the US embassy in Beijing in late April. Well, he left of his own volition after a six-day stay in the embassy.
And on CCTV's Chinese-language broadcast, the Foreign Ministry had even harsher words for the US. It expressed China's "strong dissatisfaction" over the issue, that "interference in Chinese domestic affairs" was "totally unacceptable," and that the US should "punish those responsible."