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Rock 'n' Roll: China's 'Great Mirror'

NEW YORK, December 7, 2012 — Author Jonathan Campbell discusses rock 'n' roll's role as a "mirror" on the massive changes China has experienced over the past few decades, and the politicalness (or apoliticalness) of the music currently being produced. (5 min., 21 sec.)

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