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Pro-Us Chinese Feel Sad Over the Closure of US Consulate in Chengdu

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American diplomats vacated the premises of the U.S. Consulate in Chengdu on July 27, after China ordered the consulate to shut down in retaliation for the closure of the Chinese consulate in Houston, Texas.

Many Chinese expressed their disapproval of China鈥檚 hostility towards the United States.

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