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THIS MONTH ON CNNS ON CHINA: THE ELEPHANT & THE DRAGON

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping during his first state visit to China in May. What changes will the two ambitious yet pragmatic Asian leaders bring to a relationship long overshadowed by tension?

Ahead of the summit, CNN’s Kristie Lu Stout sits down with Infosys China CEO Rangarajan R. Vellamore, China India Institute Managing Partner Haiyan Wang and India Today China Correspondent Ananth Krishnan to explore relations between China and India, and uncover where the dragon and the elephant will venture next.

 

“I'll give higher marks to Modi when it comes to exercising soft power.  It's still a question mark when it comes to China soft power.”

-- Ananth Krishnan

China Correspondent, India Today

 

“If India suspects China's intentions and hence blocks Chinese investment that is unfortunately to India's disadvantage.”

-- Haiyan Wang

Managing Partner, the China India Institute

 

“If you focus on China as a direct investor, probably in the next two to three years you should diversity into India.”

-- Rangarajan R. Vellamore

China CEO, Infosys

 

Airtimes: Hong Kong, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Singapore and Taipei

Thursday, April 23 at 1630 HKT

Friday, April 24 at 1130 HKT

Saturday, April 25 at 1230 and 2330 HKT

Saturday, May 23 at 1930 HKT

Sunday, May 24 at 1230 and 2330 HKT

 

Related links:

http://edition.cnn.com/china

 

Photo attached: Left to right, Kristie Lu Stout, Ananth Krishnan, Haiyan Wang, Rangarajan R. Vellamore

 

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About ‘On China’

‘On China’ is CNN’s monthly show hosted by CNN correspondent and anchor Kristie Lu Stout that provides a unique insider’s view of China. In each 30-minute program, Stout sits down with leading thought and business leaders for a roundtable discussion about what really drives this world power and economic giant.  Kristie Lu stout was awarded Best Current Affairs Presenter for her work on ‘On China’ at the 2014 Asian Television Awards.

 

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