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Saturday February 28, 2009

Chinese Premier Wen Jinbao Chats Online

The Premier of China, Wen Jinbao, spent some time online answering questions in a moderated chat on Saturday. According to Yahoo, he faced questions as trivial as how much alcohol he was allowed to drink, serious questions like how China was going to deal with the global economic crisis, to the weird like how he handled a shoe-throwing protester in England.

Wen's online chat to the people of China was his first, and comes after President Hu Jintao fielded questions on the Internet in June last year. Wen has tried to forge a reputation as a man of the people, contrasting with his publicly much more staid and stern colleagues in the ruling Communist Party hierarchy.

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