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James Reynolds | 12:44 UK time, Tuesday, 27 May 2008

Am off back down to Sichuan to do a few more stories on the earthquake.

Earthquake damage, Sichuan province, ChinaBut before I go, I'd like to throw out a few questions I've been thinking about. Would be grateful for your thoughts...

1) How has the earthquake changed China?

2) How has the earthquake changed the way the West sees China?

3) The Chinese government acted with unusual openness during the earthquake - and it has been widely praised for it. Does this openness set a standard that the government will feel obliged to follow in other areas (eg access to Tibet?) Or will the old rules still apply?

Let me know what you think.


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