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BBC:Chinese President Hu Jintao is set to begin a five-day state visit to Japan, the first such trip in a decade



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This Japanese company makes diggers. One in ten is sold to the Chinese. It expects its sales to China will grow 16-fold within 3 years, such is the pace of Chinese growth. But the boss says Beijing’s influence doesn’t end there.

 

Countries that produce the resources China needs, like Russia, South Africa, Indonesia and Brazil are using the money they have made to invest in their own infrastructure. That helps to increase demand for our machines, so China’s economic growth is hugely important to them and to us.

 

China became Japan’s largest trading partner last year, overtaking the United States. Cheap Chinese-made goods have lowered prices in the shops here, boosting profits for the firms that sell them. But many in Japan worry that China’s exporting its problems too. Poisoned Chinese dumplings were blamed for a spate of illnesses recently. Look at these labels making clear where these herbs come from. In this case, Japan. And on this sign up here, reassuring people that none of the produce in this cabinet comes from China. Such is the level of concern about safety of Chinese-made products. Shoppers seem skeptical that enough is being done to protect them. The rowover dumplings is leading some people here to question Japan’s relationship with its powerful neighbor.

 

China has been the superpower now, I think all the governments are afraid to offend them. But then, you know, you have to worry about domestic, you know, like voters that who has(have) to have their own concerns. So they have to play delicate juggling act. But nonetheless, you know, people’s health comes first.

 

Could poisoned dumplings sour this relationship? It’s possible. Both countries' leaders pledged cooperation to find a corporate. But so far, little progress. Tibet is another difficult issue. China’s supporters were out in force when Japan hosted the Olympic torch, urging people here not to interfere.

 

Hu Jintao’s visit is, was scheduled to be the final stage of improvement of the relationship which became worsened under the time of Koizumi. But we had trouble over the dumpling issue and then of course the Tibet issue. So these have posed us very new difficult challenges.

 

There are problems, though, the shared history between the two countries presents difficulties that people in Japan and China are unwilling to put aside.

 

To me, more difficulty lies in the perception of Chinese people over international order, and they still have a tendency to think the international order in a hierarchical terms, China top and followed by such countries.

 

Chinese Prime Minister has described his own meetings with Japanese leaders as helping to break the ice. Now both sides will be hoping the president’s visit will ensure that thaw continues.

 

Chris Hogg, BBC News, Tokyo.

 

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thaw: To become warm enough for snow and ice to melt. If something thaws relations between people or if relations thaw, they become friendly again after a period of being unfriendly.

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This Japanese company makes diggers. One in ten is sold to Chinese. But it’s expected sales in China will grow 16 folds within 3 years such is the pace of Chinese grows.

 

But the boss says Beijing’s influence doesn’t * there. Countries that produce the resources China needs, like Russia, South Africa, Indonesia and Brazil are using the money they had made to invest in their own infrastructure that helps to increase demand for our machines, so China’s economic growth is hugely important to them and to us.

 

China became Japan’s largest trading partner last year, overtaking the United States. Cheap Chinese-made goods have lowered the prices in the shops here, boosting profits for the firms that sell them. But many in Japan worry that China’s exporting its problems, too. Poison Chinese dumplings were blamed for* illnesses recently.

 

Look at this label is making clear where these herbs come from this place in Japan. And on this sign up here re-ensuring people that none of these produces in this cabinet comes from China. Such is the level of concern about safety of Chinese-made products.

 

Shoppers seem skeptical but enough have been done to protect them. The wow of dumplings is leading some people here to question Japan’s relationship with its powerful labor.

 

China is being the superpower now I think all governments are afraid to offend them. But then you have to worry about domestic you know, like voters that who has to have their own concerns that they have to place delegate* . But nonetheless, you know, people’s health comes first.

 

Could poison dumplings sour this relationship? It’s possible. Both country’s leaders pledge to cooperation to find a couplet. But so far, little progress.

 

Tibet is another difficult issue. China’s supporters were out in force when Japan hosted the Olympic torch, urging people here not to interfere.

 

*this is scheduled to be the final stage of improvement of the relationship which became worsened and **. But we have trouble over the dumpling issue and then of course the territory issue. So this  had posed us very new difficult challeges.

 

There are problems though the shared history between the two countries presents difficulties that people in Japan and China are in mourning typically the same.

 

To me, more difficulty lies in the perception over Chinese people * not order, and these still have tendency to think the international order in a hierarchical terms, China top and the followed by such countries.

 

China’s prime minister has described his own meetings with Japanese leaders as helping to break the ice. Now both sides would be hoping the president’s visit will ensure that thought continues.   

 

 

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This Japanese company makes diggers. One in ten is sold to the Chinese. It expects its sales to China will grow 16 fold within three years such as the pace of Chinese growth. The boss says Beijing employment doesn’t in there.

 

Kunio Noji:Countries that produce the resource China needs like Russia, South Africa, Indonesia and Brazil are using the money they’re made to invest their own infrastructure. That helps to increase demand for our machines, so china’s economic growth is hugely important to them and to us

 

China became Japan’s largest trade partner last year, overtaking the United States. Cheap Chinese made goods have lowest prices in the shops here, boosting profits for the phones who sale them.

 

But many in Japan worry that China is exporting its problems, too. Poisonous Chinese dumpling for blamed are split its owners recently.

 

“Look at these labels, making clear where these herds come from in this case, Japan. On this sign, here, we’re assuring people that none of these producing comes from China. Such as the level of concern about the safety of Chinese made products”

 

Shoppers seem skeptical that enough is being done to protect them. *** Dumpling is leading some people here to question Japan’s relationship with its colorful neighbor. China is being a superpower now, I think, all the government are afraid to offend them, but they have to worry about the domestic, you know, voters who have their concerns to play delegate ***, but nonetheless, you know, people help to come first

 

*** Poison dumpling, solidness relationship, it’s possible. Both countries’ leaders pledged to corporation to find cooperate. So far, a little progress.

 

Tibet is another difficult issue. China’s supporters were out enforce Japan to host the Olympic torch, urging people here not to interfere.

 

Shinichi Kitaoka:Push us the schedule to be the final schedule over. Improvement was the relationship begin worsened under the time of KOIZUMI, but we had the trouble about the dumpling issue and then, of course, the Tibet issue, so this force us to survey a new difficult time in this.

 

Interviewer: “There’re troubles still, the shared history between the two countries presents difficulties that people in Japan and China are all willing to prepare to assign.”

 

Shinichi Kitaoka:To me, a lot of difficulties rising in the perception over Chinese people of international order. They still have tendency to think the international order in higher *** out terms. China…top and followed by such countries

 

China’s prime minister has described the only thing with Japanese leaders. That’s helping to break the ice. Now, both sides will be hoping the president’s visit will ensure that soul continues

 

Chris Hook, BBC News, Tokyo.

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This Japanese company makes //, one in ten is sold to the Chinese, it is expected its sales to Chian would grow 16 fold within three years. Such is the pace of Chinese growth. But the boss says Beijing`s influence doesn`t tend there.

 

"Countries that porduce the resources China need like Russia, South Africa, Indonesia and Brazil are using the money that made to invest their own infrastructure, that helps to increas demand for machines, so China`s economic growth is hugely important to them, and to us."

 

China became Japan`s largest trading partner last year, overtaking the United States. Cheap Chinese-made goods have lowered prices in the shops here, boosting profits for the phones and //. But many in Japan worry that China is exporting problems too. Poisoned Chinese dumplings were blamed // illness recently.

 

Look at these labels making clear, where these herbs come from in this case Japan, and on this sign-up here, we assuring people that none of the produce in this cabinet comes from China, such is the level of concern about the safety of Chinese-made products.

 

Shoppers seem skeptical but enough has been done to protect them, the // dumplings is leading some people here to question Japan`s relationship with its powerful neighbour.

 

China is being the super power now, I think all the governments are afraid to offend them, but then, you have to worry about domestic, you know, voters that who has to have their own concerns they have to play delegate juggleing//, but nonethless, you know, people`s health comes first.

 

Could poisoned dumplings sour this relationship? It`s possible, both countries leaders pledged to cooperation to find the cooperate. But so far, little progress. Tibet is another difficult issue, China`s supporters will out in forth when Japan hosted the Olympic torch, urging people here not to interfere.

"// is, was scheduled to be the final stage of improvement of the relationship which became worsen and the type of //, but we had trouble over the dumpling issue and of course the Tibet issue, so these have posed us a very new difficult challenges."

 

There are problems though the shared history between the two countries present difficulties that people in Japan and China are unwilling to put aside.

 

To me, more difficult lies in the perception over Chinese people of international order, they still have a tendency to think the international order in the hierarchical terms, China top and followed by such countries.

 

China`s Prime Minister has described his own meetings with Japanese leaders as helping to break ice, now both sides will be hoping the president`s visit will ensure that thought continues.

 

//BBC news, Tokyo.

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This Japanese company makes diggers. One in ten is sold to Chinese. But it/ expected its sales to China will grow 16-fold/ within 3 years, such is the pace of Chinese growth.


But the boss says Beijing’s influence doesn’t attend there. Countries that produce the resources China needs, like Russia, South Africa, Indonesia and Brazil are using the money they have made to invest in their own infrastructure, that helps to increase demand for our machines, so China’s economic growth is hugely important to them and to us.


China became Japan’s largest trading partner last year, overtaking the United States. Cheap Chinese-made goods have lowered / prices in the shops here, boosting profits for the firms that sell them. But many in Japan worry that China’s exporting its problems too. Poisonous Chinese dumplings were blamed for a spate of illnesses recently.


Look at these labels, making clear where these herbs come from, in this case, / Japan. And on this sign up here, re-ensuring people that none of the produce in this cabinet comes from China. Such is the level of concerned about safety of Chinese-made products.


Shoppers seem skeptical but enough has been done to protect them. The row over dumplings is leading some people here to question Japan’s relationship with its powerful neighbor.


China is being the superpower now, I think all the governments are afraid to offend them. But then, you know, you have to worry about domestic, you know, like voters that who has(have) to have their own concerns that they have to play delegate juggling egg. But nonetheless, you know, people’s health comes first.


Could poison dumplings sour this relationship? It’s possible. Both countries' leaders pledged cooperation to find a corporate. But so far, little progress.


Tibet is another difficult issue. China’s supporters were out in force when Japan hosted the Olympic torch, urging people here not to interfere.


2008 is this, was scheduled to be the final stage of improvement of the relationship which became worsened under the time of Koizumi. But we had trouble over the dumpling issue and then of course the Tibet issue. So these have posed us very new difficult challenges.


There are problems, though they shared history between the two countries, presents difficulties that people in Japan and China are not willing to put it aside.


To me, more difficulty lies in the perception over Chinese people of international order , and there still have a tendency to think the international order in a hierarchical terms, China top and / followed by such countries.


China’s prime minister has described his own meetings with Japanese leaders as helping to break the ice. Now both sides will be hoping the president’s visit will ensure that thought continues.


Christ Hogg, BBC News, Tokyo. [ 本帖最后由 brightu 于 2008-5-6 23:35 编辑 ]
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This Japanese company makes diggers. One in ten is sold to Chinese. But it's expected its sales to China will grow 16-fold within 3 years, such is the pace of Chinese growth.


But the boss says Beijing’s influence doesn’t attend there. Countries that produce the resources China needs, like Russia, South Africa, Indonesia and Brazil are using the money they have made to invest in their own infrastructure, that helps to increase demand for our machines, so China’s economic growth is hugely important to them and to us.


China became Japan’s largest trading partner last year, overtaking the United States. Cheap Chinese-made goods have lowered prices in the shops here, boosting profits for the firms that sell them. But many in Japan worry that China’s exporting has problems too. Poisonous Chinese dumplings were blamed for a spate of illnesses recently.


Look at these labels, making clear where these herbs come from, in this case,  Japan. And on this sign up here, re-ensuring people that none of the produce in this cabinet comes from China. Such is the level of concerned about safety of Chinese-made products.


Shoppers seem skeptical but enough is being done to protect them. The row over dumplings is leading some people here to question Japan’s relationship with its powerful neighbor.


China is being the superpower now, I think all the governments are afraid to offend them. But then, you know, you have to worry about domestic, you know, like voters that who has(have) to have their own concerns that they have to play delegate juggling egg. But nonetheless, you know, people’s health comes first.


Could poison dumplings sour this relationship? It’s possible. Both countries' leaders pledged cooperation to find a corporate. But so far, little progress.


Tibet is another difficult issue. China’s supporters were out in force when Japan hosted the Olympic torch, urging people here not to interfere.


2008 is this, was scheduled to be the final stage of improvement of the relationship which became worsened under the time of Koizumi. But we had trouble over the dumpling issue and then of course the Tibet issue. So these have posed us very new difficult challenges.


There are problems, though they shared history between the two countries, presents difficulties that people in Japan and China are not willing to put it aside.


To me, more difficulty lies in the perception over Chinese people of international order , and there still have a tendency to think the international order in a hierarchical terms, China top and followed by such countries.


Chinese prime minister has described his own meetings with Japanese leaders as helping to break the ice. Now both sides will be hoping the president’s visit will ensure that the thaw continues.

 

Christ Hogg, BBC News, Tokyo.

[ 本帖最后由 xkx 于 2008-5-7 03:12 编辑 ]

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This Japanese company makes diggers. One in ten is sold to the Chinese. But it's expected its sales to China will grow 16-fold within 3 years, such is the pace of Chinese growth.

 

But the boss says Beijing’s influence doesn’t end there. Countries that produce the resources China needs, like Russia, South Africa, Indonesia and Brazil are using the money they have made to invest in their own infrastructure. That helps to increase demand for our machines, so China’s economic growth is hugely important to them and to us.

 

China became Japan’s largest trading partner last year, overtaking the United States. Cheap Chinese-made goods have lowered prices in the shops here, boosting profits for the firms that sell them. But many in Japan worry that China’s exporting its problems too. Poisonous Chinese dumplings were blamed for a spate of illnesses recently.

 

Look at these labels, making clear where these herbs come from, in this case-- Japan. And on this sign up here, reassuring people that none of the produce in this cabinet comes from China. Such is the level of concern about safety of Chinese-made products.

 

Shoppers seem skeptical but enough is being done to protect them. The roil over dumplings is leading some people here to question Japan’s relationship with its powerful neighbor.

 

China is being the superpower now, I think all the governments are afraid to offend them. But then, you know, you have to worry about domestic, you know, like voters that who has(have) to have their own concerns that they have to play delegate juggling egg. But nonetheless, you know, people’s health comes first.

 

Could poison dumplings sour this relationship? It’s possible. Both countries' leaders pledged cooperation to find a corporate. But so far, little progress.

 

Tibet is another difficult issue. China’s supporters were out in force when Japan hosted the Olympic torch, urging people here not to interfere.

 

Hu Jintao’s visit is, was scheduled to be the final stage of improvement of the relationship which became worsened under the time of Koizumi. But we had trouble over the dumpling issue and then of course the Tibet issue. So these have posed us very new difficult challenges.

 

There are problems, though they shared history between the two countries, presents difficulties that people in Japan and China are not willing to put it aside.

 

To me, more difficulty lies in the perception over Chinese people of international order, and they still have a tendency to think the international order in a hierarchical terms, China top and followed by such countries.

 

Chinese prime minister has described his own meetings with Japanese leaders as helping to break the ice. Now both sides will be hoping the president’s visit will ensure that / thaw continues.

 

Christ Hogg, BBC News, Tokyo.

 

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This Japanese company makes diggers.One in ten is sold to Chinese.It is expected,sales to China,would grow sixteenfold within 3 years,such is the pace of Chinese growth.

 

But the boss,says Beijing's influence doesn't attend there.

 

中国の経済発展することによって

 

Countries that produce the resources China needs,like Russia,South Africa,Indonesia and Brazil,are using the money they have made to invest in their own infrastructure,that helps to increase demand for our machines,so China's economic growth is hugely important to them and to us.

 

China became Japan's largest trading partner last year,overtaking the US.Cheap Chinese made goods have lowered prices in the shops here,boosting profits for the firms that sell them.But many in Japan worry that China is exporting its problems too.Poisonous Chinese dumplings were blamed for a spate of illnesses recently.

 

Look at these labels making clear,where these herbs come from,in this case,Japan.And on this sign up here,re-ensuring people,that none of the produce in this cabinet comes from China,such is the level of concern about safety of Chinese-made products.

 

Shoppers seem skeptical but enough has been done to protect them.The row over dumplings,is leading some people here to question Japan 's relationship with its powerful neighbor.

 

China is being the superpower now. I think all the governments are afraid to offend them. But then you know,you have to worry about domestic,you know, like voters that who has to have their own concerns so they have to play delegate juggling egg.But nonetheless,you know,people's health comes first.

 

Could poison dumplings sour this relationship?It is possible.Both countries' leaders pledged to cooperations to find a corporate.But so far,little progress.

 

Tibet is another difficult issue.China's supporters were out in force when Japan hosted the Olympic torch,urging people here not to interfere。Hujintao's visit  is also a schedule to lead the final stage of improvement of the relationship which became worsened under the time of Koizumi.But we had trouble over the dumpling issue,and then of course the Tibet issue.So this...these have proposed surveying new difficult challenges.

 

There are problems though,they shared history between the two countries,present difficulties that people in Japan and China.They aren't willing to put it aside.To me,more difficulty lies in the perception over Chinese people of international order,and they still have a tendency to think,the international order in a hiarerchical terms.China top and followed by such countries.Chinese Prime Minister has discribed his own meetings with Japanese leaders,as helping to break the ice.Now both sides will be hoping the presidents' visit will ensure that the thaw continues.

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This Japanese company makes diggers; one in ten is sold to Chinese. It is expected that its sales to china will grow 16 fold with three years such is the pace of Chinese growth. But the boss says Beijing’s influence doesn’t end there. Countries that produce the resources that Chinese needs, like Russia, south Africa , Indonesia and Brazil, using the money they made to invest in their infrastructure, that help increase the demand for our machines, so china’s economic growth is hugely important to them and to us. China became Japan’s largest trading partner last year, overtaking the united states. Cheap Chinese-made goods at lower prices in the shops here, boosting profits of the firm that sell them. But many in Japan worry that china is exporting its problem too. Poisonous Chinese dumplings were blamed for a spate of illnesses recently. Japanese labels make it clear where these herbs come from, in this case Japan. And this sign up here reassuring people that none of the produce in the cabinet come from china, such is the level of concern the safety of the Chinese-made products. Shoppers seem skeptical, but enough is done to protect them. The roil over the dumplings lead some people here to question Japan’s relationship with its powerful neighbor. China is being the superpower now, I think all the government are afraid to offend them. But then they have to worry about domestic, you know, like, voters who , have their own concerns that they have to play their delegate juggling egg, but none the less, you know, people’s health come first. Could poisoning dumpling sour this relationship? It’s possible. Both countries’ leaders pledged co operations to find a cooperate. So far, little progress. Tibet is another difficult issue. China’s supporters were out in force in Japan hosting the Olympic torch, urging people here not to interfere. Hu Jintao’s visit is, was scheduled to be the final stage of improvement of the relationship which became worsened under the time of Koizumi. But we had trouble with the dumpling issue and of course the Tibet issue. So these pose us very new difficult challenges. There are problems here that the shared history between the two countries presents difficulties that people in Japan and china are unwilling to put is aside. To me, more difficulties lies in the perception over Chinese people of international order. They still have a tendency to think the international order in a hierarchal terms, china top and followed by such and such countries. Chinese prime minister is describing his own meetings with Japanese leaders is helping to break the ice. Now both sides will be hoping the president’s visit will ensure that the thaw continues. Bbc news Tokyo.
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This Japanese company makes diggers. One in ten is sold to the Chinese. But it's expected its sales to China will grow 16-fold within 3 years, such is the pace of Chinese growth. But the boss says Beijing’s influence doesn’t end there. Countries that produce the resources China needs, like Russia, South Africa, Indonesia and Brazil are using the money they have made to invest in their own infrastructure. That helps to increase demand for our machines, so China’s economic growth is hugely important to them and to us. China became Japan’s largest trading partner last year, overtaking the United States. Cheap Chinese-made goods have lowered prices in the shops here, boosting profits for the firms that sell them. But many in Japan worry that China’s exporting its problems too. Poisonous Chinese dumplings were blamed for a spate of illnesses recently. Look at these labels, making clear where these herbs come from, in this case-- Japan. And on this sign up here, reassuring people that none of the produce in this cabinet comes from China. Such is the level of concern about safety of Chinese-made products. Shoppers seem skeptical that enough is being done to protect them. The roil over dumplings is leading some people here to question Japan’s relationship with its powerful neighbor. China is being the superpower now, I think all the governments are afraid to offend them. But then, you know, you have to worry about domestic, you know, like voters that who has(have) to have their own concerns that they have to play delicate juggling act. But nonetheless, you know, people’s health comes first. Could poisonous dumplings sour this relationship? It’s possible. Both countries' leaders pledged cooperation to find a corporate. But so far, little progress. Tibet is another difficult issue. China’s supporters were out in force when Japan hosted the Olympic torch, urging people here not to interfere. Hu Jintao’s visit is, was scheduled to be the final stage of improvement of the relationship which became worsened under the time of Koizumi. But we had trouble over the dumpling issue and then of course the Tibet issue. So these have posed us very new difficult challenges. There are problems, though, they shared history between the two countries, presents difficulties that people in Japan and China are not willing to put it aside. To me, more difficulty lies in the perception of Chinese people over international order, and they still have a tendency to think the international order in a hierarchical terms, China top and followed by such countries. Chinese prime minister has described his own meetings with Japanese leaders as helping to break the ice. Now both sides will be hoping the president’s visit will ensure that / thaw continues. Christ Hogg, BBC News, Tokyo.

[ 本帖最后由 北星束 于 2008-5-9 08:09 编辑 ]

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This Japanese company makes diggers. One in ten is sold to Chinese. But it’s expected sales in China will grow 16 folds within 3 years such as the pace of Chinese grows.

But the boss says Beijing’s influence doesn’t in there. Countries that produce the resources China needs, like Russia, South Africa, Indonesia and Brazil are using the money they had made to invest in their own infrastructure that helps to increase demand for our machines, so China’s economic growth is hugely important to them and to us.

 

China became Japan’s largest trading partner last year, overtaking the United States. Cheap Chinese-made goods have lowered the prices in the shops here, boosting profits for the firms that sell them. But many in Japan worry that China’s exporting its problems, too. Poison Chinese dumplings for blamed are split its owners recently.

 

Look at these labels is making clear where these herbs come from this case in Japan. And on this sign, here, re-ensuring people that none of these produces in this cabinet comes from China. Such as the level of concern about the safety of Chinese-made products.

 

Shoppers seem skeptical that enough have been done to protect them. The wow of dumplings is leading some people here to question Japan’s relationship with its powerful labor.

 

China is being the superpower now I think all the governments are afraid to offend them. But then you have to worry about domestic you know, like voters that who has to have their own concerns that they have to play delegate ??? . But nonetheless, you know, people’s health comes first.

 

Could poison dumplings sour this relationship? It’s possible. Both countries’ leaders pledge to cooperation to find a couplet. But so far, little progress.

 

Tibet is another difficult issue. China’s supporters were out in force when Japan hosted the Olympic torch, urging people here not to interfere.

 

??? this is scheduled to be the final stage of improvement of the relationship which became worsened under the time of KOIZUMI, But we had the trouble over the dumpling issue and then of course the Tibet issue. So this had posed us very new difficult challenges.

 

There are problems though the shared history between the two countries presents difficulties that people in Japan and China are all willing to prepare to assign.

To me, more difficulty rising in the perception over Chinese people of international order. and these still have tendency to think the international order in a hierarchical terms. China top and the followed by such countries.

 

China’s prime minister has described the only things with Japanese leaders as helping to break the ice. Now both sides would be hoping the president’s visit will ensure that thought continues.

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This Japanese company makes diggers. One in ten is sold to Chinese. But it’s expected sales in China will grow 16 folds within 3 years such as the pace of Chinese grows.

But the boss says Beijing’s influence doesn’t attain there.

Countries that produce the resources China needs, like Russia, South Africa, Indonesia and Brazil are using the money they have made to invest in their own infrastructure that helps to increase demand for our machines, so China’s economic growth is hugely important to them and to us.

 

China became Japan’s largest trading partner last year, overtaking the United States. Cheap Chinese-made goods have lowered the prices in the shops here, boosting profits for the firms that sell them. But many in Japan worry that China’s exporting its problems, too. Poisonous Chinese dumplings were blamed for a spate of illnesses recently.

 

Look at these labels making clear where these herbs come from in this case Japan. And on this sign, here, re-ensuring people that none of the produces in this cabinet comes from China. Such is the level of concern about the safety of Chinese-made products.

 

Shoppers seem skeptical that enough is being done to protect them. The *** of dumplings is leading some people here to question Japan’s relationship with its powerful neighbour.

 

China is being the superpower now I think all the governments are afraid to offend them. But then you know, you have to worry about domestic, you know, like voters that who has to have their own concerns that they have to play delicate juggling eggs. But nonetheless, you know, people’s health comes first.

 

Could poisoning dumplings sour this relationship? It’s possible. Both countries’ leaders pledge to cooperation to find a ** But so far, little progress.

 

Tibet is another difficult issue. China’s supporters were out in force when Japan hosted the Olympic torch, urging people here not to interfere.

 

Hu Jingtao's visit is scheduled to be the final stage of improvement of the relationship which became worsened under the time of KOIZUMI, But we had a trouble over the dumpling issue and then of course the Tibet issue. So this had posed us very new difficult challenges.

 

There are problems though the shared history between the two countries presents difficulties that people in Japan and China are unwilling to put aside.

To me, more difficulty lies in the perception over Chinese people of international order and they still have a tendency to think the international order in a hierarchical terms. China top and the followed by such countries.

 

Chinese Prime Minister has described the only things with Japanese leaders as helping to break the ice. Now both sides will be hoping the president’s visit will ensure that thought continues.

[ 本帖最后由 crystaljxh 于 2008-5-9 21:08 编辑 ]
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更正一下,关于juggling act.

从上面的听写来看,好像只有一个人听出来了juggling act,其余的人全听成juggling egg. juggling act,同 balancing act 在英语中本来就是一个固定说法,指的是 a process in which sb tries to please two or more people or groups who want different things. 像杂耍一样,可看出习语的重要。
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This Japanese company makes diggers. One in ten is sold to the Chinese. It expects its sales to China will grow 16-fold within 3 years, such is the pace of Chinese growth. But the boss says Beijing’s influence doesn’t end there.

 

Countries that produce the resources China needs, like Russia, South Africa, Indonesia and Brazil are using the money they have made to invest in their own infrastructure. That helps to increase demand for our machines, so China’s economic growth is hugely important to them and to us.

 

China became Japan’s largest trading partner last year, overtaking the United States. Cheap Chinese-made goods have lowered prices in the shops here, boosting profits for the firms that sell them. But many in Japan worry that China’s exporting its problems too. Poisoned Chinese dumplings were blamed for a spate of illnesses recently. Look at these labels making clear where these herbs come from. In this case-- Japan. And on this sign up here, reassuring people that none of the produce in this cabinet comes from China. Such is the level of concern about safety of Chinese-made products. Shoppers seem skeptical that enough is being done to protect them. The rowover dumplings is leading some people here to question Japan’s relationship with its powerful neighbor.

 

China has been the superpower now, I think all the governments are afraid to offend them. But then, you know, you have to worry about domestic, you know, like voters that who has(have) to have their own concerns. So they have to play delicate juggling act. But nonetheless, you know, people’s health comes first.

 

Could poisoned dumplings sour this relationship? It’s possible. Both countries' leaders pledged cooperation to find a corporate. But so far, little progress. Tibet is another difficult issue. China’s supporters were out in force when Japan hosted the Olympic torch, urging people here not to interfere.

 

Hu Jintao’s visit is, was scheduled to be the final stage of improvement of the relationship which became worsened under the time of Koizumi. But we had trouble over the dumpling issue and then of course the Tibet issue. So these have posed us very new difficult challenges.

 

There are problems, though, the shared history between the two countries presents difficulties that people in Japan and China are / unwilling to put / aside.

 

To me, more difficulty lies in the perception of Chinese people over international order, and they still have a tendency to think the international order in a hierarchical terms, China top and followed by such countries.

 

Chinese Prime Minister has described his own meetings with Japanese leaders as helping to break the ice. Now both sides will be hoping the president’s visit will ensure that thaw continues.

 

Chris Hogg, BBC News, Tokyo.

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