On The Same Page: The Queens Library and China Today

The China-US relationship is often referred to as the most important bilateral relationship of the century, and in New York City, this is being seen even at the community level.

SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson was at the Queens Library, which is collaborating with the Chinese Consulate General to host a series of China-related programs, and brings you the story.

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