Germany’s China challenge: politicians know it’s important but the voters doesn’t seem to care

//Germany’s China challenge: politicians know it’s important but the voters doesn’t seem to care

Germany’s China challenge: politicians know it’s important but the voters doesn’t seem to care

It’s a drizzly afternoon in late August, and a group of political hopefuls are rolling giant dice across a life-size board game just off Koenig-Heinrich-Platz, the main square in the German city of Duisburg.As the die is cast, they move counters across the board, with each square hosting a topic on which they must answer a question from one of the few dozen citizens gathered to watch.Each candidate hopes to be elected in a month’s time to represent the old industrial city’s north side at the…

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