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Kristie Lu Stout
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Media Junkie. Geek mom. China nerd. And yep, I'm an anchor on CNN from Hong Kong.
Media Junkie. Geek mom. China nerd. And yep, I'm an anchor on CNN from Hong Kong.

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"He came to office claiming to be the great disruptor, but the reality is he's pivoted to become a relatively traditional curator of the US-China relationship."

Here's my conversation with veteran China journalist and author John Pomfret on Trump's First 100 Days and China.


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On the eve of his 100th day in office, Donald Trump warns of a "major, major conflict" with North Korea (while adding "we'd love to solve things diplomatically").

We go live to Pyongyang, Seoul and Beijing... and get analysis from veteran China watcher John Pomfret.

News Stream. 8p Hong Kong. 12p London. CNN.


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Trump's First 100 Days and China.

Talking to veteran reporter and author John Pomfret about US-China ties, North Korea and how President Trump may not have been the great disruptor in his first 100 days in office.

The interview will air tonight on News Stream, 8p Hong Kong/12p London on CNN.

#Trump100Days #China #Trump #DPRK #NorthKorea #OneChina #TPP #CNN #CNNi #NewsStream
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Another pull quote from the Reuters interview: "Trump was cool to speaking again with Taiwan's president..."

And... "He also said he wants South Korea to pay the cost of the U.S. THAAD anti-missile defense system" (!)

100 days on, he's still the disrupter-in-chief.


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"We'd love to solve things diplomatically but it's very difficult" - Trump on North Korea 

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Can China's Baidu be a leading player in the crowded field of AI research?

With Wired Editor-in-chief +Nicholas Thompson, we break down Baidu's push to become a leader in artificial intelligence.



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The nuclear tests will "never stop."

A North Korean government official gives a rare interview to CNN in Pyongyang.

That's the lead. News Stream. 8p Hong Kong. 9p Seoul. CNN. See you soon.

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"We have the opportunity to communicate more directly with the U.S. government," Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen tells Reuters.

"We don't exclude the opportunity to call President Trump himself, but it depends on the needs of the situation and the U.S. government's consideration of regional affairs."

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"China uses cyber espionage pretty regularly when Chinese interests are at stake to better understand facts on the ground."


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"China uses cyber espionage when Chinese interests are at stake to better understand facts on the ground."

I talk to FireEye's director of cyber-espionage analysis John Hultquist about the claims that China-based hackers are targeting South Korean organizations, including one linked to the THAAD anti-missile system.
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