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Sparked by Stolen iPhone, US-China 'Bromance' Moves China's Netizens

It was a rare, if bizarre, moment of tenderness in the otherwise tense US-China relationship: an American journalist embracing the Chinese man who had been using his stolen iPhone. Matt Stopera and Li Hongjun met for the first time on Tuesday night at an airport in southern China, in the latest chapter of what some Chinese are calling an international "bromance". In February, Stopera, a New York-based writer for website Buzzfeed, became famous in China for an article...

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