What should Obama say to Hu Jintao? (#dearhu)
President Obama and
As Washington gussied itself up for the big state dinner between China and the United States on Wednesday, the main question on everyone's mind is what will presidents Obama and Hu Jintao talk about during their private working dinner Tuesday night. Obama has made clear that he will be discussing China's human rights record.
What should Obama and Hu talk about? What would you say to the Chinese president?
Tweet Let us know what human rights issues Obama should bring up in his conversation with Hu by using the hashtag #dearhu, or writing in the comments. Will post some readers' thoughts back here soon.
UPDATE: We got some great replies with questions and comments for Chinese President Hu Jintao. Some questions were focused on the economy, others on China's record on human rights. Some were just observations and some were straight-up funny.
@washingtonpost Is it realistic to expect Chinese growth to remain so high? What will you do if the economy slows?
What socioeconomic benefits does China reap by limiting civil liberties? #DearHu
#DearHu How can you contribute to the international leaders boys club btwn Obama, Berluscoi and Sarkozy? Supply Baijiu at next poker game?
#dearhu I have two words for you regarding US debt: forgive and forget
| January 18, 2011; 11:59 AM ET
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