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14 pictures showing where politicians like to visit in China [Copy link] 中文

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When foreigner politicians visit China, besides official affairs, they also like to visit some tourist attractions. Where do they like to see? Below are some pictures showing some of their favorite places.

1. On February 21, 1972, President Nixon and his wife visit Forbidden City, which is a “must-see” tourist attraction for all the US Presidents China tour.
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2. October 6, 1992, Nelson Mandela, president of the South Africa visited Badaling Great Wall and talks with youths dressed as ancient Chinese guards.

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3. Another favorite place to visit in Beijing is Summer Palace. On May 23, 2004, Brazilian President Lula visits the Summer Palace with his wife.
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4. US Vice-President Joe Biden spends 79 Yuan at Yao’s Chaogan’er Restaurant near the Drum and Bell towers in August 2011.
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5. After a trip to Beijing, some politicians usually go to see the Terracotta Warriors in Xi’an. On November 25, 2007, Xi’an, French President Nicolas Sarkozy visits Terracotta Warriors Army.

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6. Having a “close contact” with Giant Panda in Chengdu is another choice for foreign dignitaries. March 26, 2014, U.S. first lady Michelle Obama and her mother Marian Robinson feed apple to giant pandas in Giant Panda Research Base in Chengdu.

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7. January 17, 2005, the President of Portugal, Jorge Sampaio and his campaign team take group photo before the Ruins of St. Paul, Macau, China.
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