“Fifty years ago, The Globe and Mail became the first Western newspaper to open a bureau in what was then known as Red China. Beijing correspondent Mark MacKinnon reflects on what’s changed since then and what hasn’t.” — From the FOCUS section of The Globe and Mail

“Fifty years ago, The Globe and Mail became the first Western newspaper to open a bureau in what was then known as Red China. Beijing correspondent Mark MacKinnon reflects on what’s changed since then and what hasn’t.” — From the FOCUS section of The Globe and Mail

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