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15 July 2018


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Philip Fitzpatrick

China Radio International (CRI) has picked up at least two frequencies that broadcast into the Pacific: 9580khz and 7240khz.

Lindsay F Bond

Not only of isles idling in Pacific places, as with Uyghurs it seems, one seize fits all.
Not likely? Size of audience affects specificity of content, a reduction of insularity.

Not more than a drop in the ocean of time, 99 years is of dealing, delaying an outcome.
Not likely? Societal unification, discrete from toleration, is process, perhaps with preclusion.

Philip Fitzpatrick

So where do we find China Radio on our shortwave radios?

I'm interested in hearing what they do and say but haven't been able to get a good signal so far.

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