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US public prefers parochial view of world

By Li Xing | China Daily | Updated: 2011-06-03 08:01

Since relocating in Washington, my husband and I have been doing our best to keep up with the news by watching television.

My husband is particularly fond of the rush hour traffic reports, which are a staple feature of TV news in Beijing. It's obvious that rush hour traffic is now worse in Beijing than it is in Washington.

When we were in Beijing, we routinely watched TV news at breakfast and during supper. Between Beijing TV and China Central Television, we thought the morning and evening broadcasts provided us with a good sense of what was happening in the world.

US public prefers parochial view of world

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