Communist Party of Chile’s president shares experiences of China visit

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On the centenary of the Communist Party of China, CGTN spoke with Guillermo Teillier, president of the Communist Party of Chile. Teillier visited China four years ago. Based on his own experiences, he shared his impressions and opinions of China’s progress. #Chile #China

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