CHINA: Teng's New Long March

Peking's leaders take a great leap outward to modernization

Deputy Premier Teng Hsiao-p'ing flew home to Peking last week after completing a dramatic ten-day tour of Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Burma. Meanwhile, in Canton, a British-made Hovercraft from Hong Kong skimmed into the harbor with a load of 63 tourists, inaugurating the first regularly scheduled passenger sea service from the British colony to China since the Communists took power three decades ago. In California, six Chinese scholars arrived at Stanford University, the first cadre of 700 students and researchers that Peking intends...

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