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September 07, 1957

TRANSCRIPT OF CONVERSATION BETWEEN ZHOU ENLAI AND REVEREND WARREN MCKENNA

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    Rev. Warren McKenna from the U.S. talks with Zhou Enlai about the goal of their visit to China, which he says is to better understand "new China". Zhou welcomes the American Youth delegation to China. Zhou agrees with McKenna that working towards world peace and better U.S.-China relations is not only dependent on efforts by professional diplomats, but also direct communication between the two countries' citizens. Members of McKenna's delegation proceed to ask Zhou Enlai questions on various topics, such as the entry of American journalists into China, strategies to improve U.S.- China relations, detained U.S. and China citizens in both countries, Tibet, etc.
    "Transcript of Conversation between Zhou Enlai and Reverend Warren McKenna," September 07, 1957, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Zhou Enlai Waijiao wenxuan [Selected Diplomatic Papers of Zhou Enlai] (Beijing: Zhongyang wenxian, 1990), pp. 239-252. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/260511
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