Editor's note

Sino-us.com is sending a Beijing-based reporter to the US to cover the 2012 Presidential Election with the help of the US-based China Press.

The four-member election reporting group, which also include journalists from the Chinese daily newspaper, China Press and China’s news portal website qq.com under a partnership program, will go across the US from western cities Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and Houston to Washington, New York, Boston and Chicago in the east.

We will bring regular updates on the election from a Chinese perspective with reporter’s observation and interviews with socialites, politicians and peoples from all walks of life.

The 24th US Secretary of Labor Elaine Chao, Forensic scientist Henry Chang-Yu Lee, East West Bank Chairman Dominic Ng are some among the list of the exclusive scheduled interviewees.

China is pretty much the only country which cares much more about this election than the 2008 election, according to data from a recent Pew Global Attitudes report.

President Barack Obama maintains a conciliatory and pragmatic stance on China while Romney has specifically targeted Obama for his China policy, stating "Under Obama, we've lost over half a million manufacturing jobs, and for the first time, China is beating us." He also declared that he would label China a currency manipulator on his first day in office.

Besides China-US relationships, taxes, gun control, LGBT, employment, immigration, healthcare and foreign affairs are other issues that we will keep an eye on.

We will tell you who has the final laugh, and what effects it will have on China.


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