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Reflections on Asia With Chase Untermeyer (Complete)

HOUSTON, January 15, 2014 — From traveling the Yangtze River in 1977 to meet with famed reformist leader Deng Xiaoping of China, to visiting Tibet shortly after that country was overtaken, Ambassador Chase Untermeyer has witnessed first-hand the seismic political shifts that affected Asia in the '70s and '80s. (52 min., 45 sec.)

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