Skip to comments.Chen and Family to “Study Abroad” in U.S.
Posted on 05/04/2012 9:55:31 AM PDT by Nachum
The State Department confirmed this morning that its reached a deal with the Chinese government in the case of blind dissident Chen Guangcheng: The Chinese Government stated today that Mr. Chen Guangcheng has the same right to travel abroad as any other citizen of China. Mr. Chen has been offered a fellowship from an American university, where he can be accompanied by his wife and two children. The Chinese Government has indicated that it will accept Mr. Chens applications for appropriate travel documents.
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I feel like... Switzerland...
The list, Ping
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An American University? I would bet it is THE American University in Washington DC. When I was a graduate student at AU, back in the 80s, there were just as many Chinese graduate students as Americans... or it sure seemed so!
Hey, I’m a political prisoner. Can I get a Get Out of Hope & Change card too?
"look," he said
"I'll have a lot more flexibility after my election, and send him back
-- and who knows, a year or so at one of our universities could straighten him out."
I need one of those Get Out of Hope & Change cards, too.
To be honest, I think this was the best way to resolve this issue. The Chinese are all about saving face.
Obama and Clinton caved in.
I hope they don’t fly on a U.S. government aircraft.
I’m just sayin’.
I was just thinking that too ... wonder what Hillary gave up for this.
Don’t believe anything the Obamaumau State Department says until this guy’s feet touch American soil.
Hasn’t happened yet....
So, I guess he was negociating for a higher Communist party position by getting a US paid education?
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