A woman walks past street vendors selling foods near a huge TV screen broadcasting U.S. President-elect Donald Trump in Beijing, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016. (AP Photo/Andy Wong)
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Chinese state media has warned the U.S. president-elect against isolationism and interventionism, calling instead for the United States to actively work with China to maintain the international status quo.Trump often targeted China in the campaign, blaming Beijing for U.S. job losses and vowing to impose 45 percent tariffs on Chinese imports.Hillary Clinton was widely seen in China as the more hawkish of the two candidates, while some Chinese commentators saw Trump as a potential pragmatist on foreign policy.Some of the posts agreed that Trump might be just the change agent the United States needs now.Chinese state media had previously said the U.S. election process reflects a troubled political system, and showed an increasingly divided, disillusioned and indignant U.S. citizenry.
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