Bush Carries to China A Delicate Diplomacy – Peter Baker and Glenn Kessler

Ph2005111201360 From The Washington Post:

In the of the Yellow Oval Room in the White House residence overlooking the Washington Monument one day last week, President hosted one of ’s archenemies. The gave him a white scarf called a khata as a token of respect. Bush served tea and sipped from a glass of . They talked about the continuing plight of Tibet.

But the visit was not put on the president’s advance schedule. No journalists were invited in to record the moment, as at the end of many Bush meetings. The president made no public comments about Tibet. The White House released an official photograph but did not post it on the home page of its site along with the other events of his day.

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