Beijing indifferent to departure of Kevin Rudd as foreign minister

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KEVIN Rudd's resignation as Foreign Minister has not had the Chinese wailing in the streets with sadness or disappointment. In fact commentary on China’s popular Twitter like micro-blogging networks has been largely negative towards the man who was the first foreign leader to speak Chinese. Mr Rudd’s resignation lead news bulletins on state run CCTV in the hours after his Washington press conference and was widely reported across the world’s most populated nation yesterday. China’s…

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