Are foreign journalists treated differently at China’s Two Sessions?

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    The annual Two Sessions opened in Beijing on March 4. Besides thousands of legislators and advisers gathering to set and endorse the national agenda, Two Sessions also attracts many foreign journalists worldwide. Some foreign media houses have claimed that they were treated differently from Chinese media during the Two Sessions, but is that the truth? CGTN investigates.

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