Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State of the United States, started a three-day visit to China on February 20, her first since becoming top US diplomat last month. She talked, through a webchat on chinadaily.com.cn, with Chinese internet users on a host of issues, including Sino-US co-operation in climate change, environment, and other issues of common concern Sunday, February 22.
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11:50 Feb. 22, 2009
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