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Rumsfeld to make first China visit next month
By Qin Jize (China Daily)
Updated: 2005-09-08 05:39

According to Fallon, Bush will visit China following Rumsfeld's trip.

Fallon hoped that not only the top leaders but also people at various levels could get to know each other well through increased exchanges. "It will be helpful in reducing the tension," he said.

Asked if he views China as a threat, Fallon raised a half-empty glass and said that people have a tendency to always look at things one of two ways - it is either half-full or half-empty.

"I choose to take the positive, optimistic view that we can make almost anything we want of relationships," he said.

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