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dated July 2, 1955: Indian artistes in Peking

Chairman Mao Tse-tung, the Chinese Premier, Mr. Chou En-lai, and the President of North Vietnam, Dr. Ho Chi-minh, attended a special performance given by the visiting Indian artistes in Peking on June 30, the New China News Agency reported. Mr. Chou En-lai had photographs taken together with the Indian artistes following the performance and said to them in Hindi "Long live Sino-Indian friendship." Dr. Ho Chi-minh is visiting Peking at the invitation of the Communist Government.

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