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Seymour Topping: 'Hasn't Been Much Change' in the CCP

NEW YORK, February 5, 2013 — In a lively panel discussion of current and former New York Times China correspondents marking the launch of Asia Society's new website ChinaFile, Seymour Topping states that after observing the Chinese Communist Party for over 50 years, he hasn't seen much change. (3 min., 43 sec.)

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