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How China turned tide at Bandung conference

By Prime Sarmiento and Wen Zongduo in Bandung, Indonesia | China Daily | Updated: 2019-10-08 07:58

Zhou Enlai's pursuit of common ground for peace brought about unity, cooperation

Editor's note: In "Footprint", a series of stories recalling important examples of China interacting with the rest of the world, we follow the country's path over the past seven decades.

Despite relief at having narrowly escaped a death plot targeting him, premier Zhou Enlai was aware of the need to ease mounting tension inside a conference hall in Bandung, Indonesia, in 1955.

How China turned tide at Bandung conference

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