Rob Gifford spend 6 years as NPR’s Beijing correspondent. In 2004, he traveled all 3,000 miles of a highway traversing China from the Shanghai to the border of Kazakhstan. He writes about his journey and about the future of China.

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  • Robert Gifford NPR's London correspondent, previously NPR's China correspondent from 1999 to 2005.

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