Sun Zhencai, China's Communist Party secretary for Chongqing, center, visits the Sacramento pavilion at the Chongqing trade fair, May 15, 2014, in Chongqing, China. To his right is Antonio Yung, a business agent for Sacramento who has served as an intermediary between the two cities as they attempt to build a broader trade relationship.
Sun Zhencai, China's Communist Party secretary for Chongqing, center, visits the Sacramento pavilion at the Chongqing trade fair, May 15, 2014, in Chongqing, China. To his right is Antonio Yung, a business agent for Sacramento who has served as an intermediary between the two cities as they attempt to build a broader trade relationship. MCT
Sun Zhencai, China's Communist Party secretary for Chongqing, center, visits the Sacramento pavilion at the Chongqing trade fair, May 15, 2014, in Chongqing, China. To his right is Antonio Yung, a business agent for Sacramento who has served as an intermediary between the two cities as they attempt to build a broader trade relationship. MCT

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