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Studio interview: Signals don't necessarily represent Trump's policies

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12-26-2016 19:15 BJT

To discuss this story in greater detail Doctor Teng Jianqun, Director of the American Studies Department at the China Institute of International Studies, joins us now in the studio.

Q1: Since Donald Trump's election as next president, he has sent out some slightly worrying signals about the US' relationship with Taiwan, which threatens China's core interests. Do you think this will be the key tone of Trump's administration? And how do you see this affecting China's relationship with the US? 

Q2: Experts in China say that Taiwan should encourage a healthy relationship between China and the US, which will benefit everyone. How do you think Taiwan should react to this bill? What impact is it likely to have on relations with Beijing?

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