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nnova rare glimpse into the mind that will China Reuter securing an exclusive chewing and with president shooting pain here traveling to the UK Monday kicking off the first state visit by a Chinese leader to Britain in ten years and that's one reason why waters got access to him China bureau chief Jason popular Colletti interview it is rare for Chinese president to give a one on one interview even the kind of written CUNY that we'd , you can not yet given a face to face interview with the western media organization , it does seem though that the Chinese government is starting to realize that it has a fairly serious image problem overseas , this cat is happening at a time when China is actually trying to reach out even further into the world Beijing is basically realizing that in order to start turning around this problem , and that is something that I cannot avoid any interview president she flipped praise on Britain for what he called a visionary choice to be thought commercial ties with China he also defended Beijing's territorial claims in the disputed South China Sea which are rattling attention for southeast Asian nation and the United States his remarks so striking that little Chinese state media quoted part of the Reuters interview senior quite strong language I'm saying that the violence and the internet things in time , %HESITATION that they're in Chinese China's ancestors enemies down to the current HIV and that that was something the time you know we obviously included in our story as well %HESITATION but some of the Chinese media really focused on that quite a bit and that that created quite a bit of us , she also showed a more vulnerable side sharing your concerns about China slowing growth and adding we also worry about like this world economy which affects all countries actually developing one Beijing's way of pushing back at a time when investors around the world are getting jittery about a Chinese slow down