US election: why China doesn’t mind its citizens watching democracy at work during colourful campaign

//US election: why China doesn’t mind its citizens watching democracy at work during colourful campaign

US election: why China doesn’t mind its citizens watching democracy at work during colourful campaign

Every morning since September, Frank Fu has started the day with a cup of coffee and news about the US presidential election. Fu, 45, a business analyst with an American financial institution in Beijing, has never been so keen to follow an election.Although he lives behind “the Great Firewall” along with most of China’s 1.4 billion people, whose access to foreign media is largely blocked, Fu tries to form a picture of what future US-China trade relations will look like despite the mostly…

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