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6A- Tuesday, January 18, 2011

The Michigan Daily -- michigandaily.com

ir Obama to honor China's
president with state dinner

An employee prepares burgers at the new Five Guys Burgers and Fries on South State Street yesterday.

TODD NEEDLE/Daily

FIVE GUYS
From Page 1A
said in the afternoon, adding that
he's experienced opening days
that are busy from open to close.
During the wait, peanuts are
available for customers to snack
on in the dining area. There's also
a monitor that shows the lower
floor so customers can check for
open tables before going down-
stairs.
Adelman said he was unaware
the opening fell on the same day
as Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
when he picked Jan. 17. He said
opening on a Monday is preferable
since it allows for a good buildup
to the weekend, which tends to be
the busiest business days for Five
Guys.

Rackham students Tyler and
Darcy Huismann, who went to
Five Guys yesterday, said they
thought the holiday could even
increase business because stu-
dents have extra time to go out to
eat since there weren't any classes.
They also expressed how much
they like Five Guys, saying that
they limit the condiments they
put on their burgers "because the
burger itself is so good," Darcy
said.
All of the toppings - such as
lettuce, tomato, pickles and mush-
rooms - are included in the price
of each burger. Five Guys "regu-
lar" burgers at $4.99 all have two
patties while their "little" burgers
have one, priced at $3.69.
LSA junior Jacob Van Ooster-
hout, who ate at the restaurant
yesterday, said he'd been to a Five

Guys previously and enjoyed the
"exceptionally high-quality" food.
"I can foresee spending a lot of
money here," Van onsterhout said.
Engineering sophomore Ste-
phen Cprek said he'd never been
to a Five Guys before yesterday
but decided to come with some
friends to try the food.
"(It is) much better than the
Shaman Drum Bookshop," Cprek
joked, referring to the bookstore
that previously occupied the
space.
Ann Arbor resident Ted Hughes
said he planned ahead to come
opening day. He said he travels all
over the country for business and
is already a loyal customer to the
chain.
"For me, it's the only fast food
burger that's as good as In-N-Out
Burger," Hughes said.

Ru to come to
Washington for
first China dinner
in 13 years
WASHINGTON (AP) - When
Hu Jintao makes what is likely his
final trip to Washington as China's
president, he will get an honor
he desperately wanted but was
denied during his first visit nearly
five years ago: a White House state
dinner.
Symbolism and protocol are
very important to the Chinese
and the opulence of Wednesday's
black-tie affair with President
Barack Obama should be plenty
satisfying for Hu, a 67-year-old
hydroelectric engineer who has
ruled the country since 2002. That
could help relations between the
leaders of the world's two largest
economies.
A grand soiree is in the works,
but big questions remain. Will
a celebrity chef do the cooking?
Will first lady Michelle Obama's
gown have an Oriental flair? Will
the Obamas try to turn Hu on to
American pop culture with the
entertainment? The White House
has yetcto release any details.
But Mrs. Obama, White
House social secretary Julianna
Smoot and other staffers deep-
ly immersed in pulling off the

administration's third state din-
ner hope to avoid repeating the
slights, both perceived and real,
that marred Hu's reception for an
April 2006 summit..
For starters, Hu was unhappy
that President George W. Bush
opted for lunch over a state dinner.
Bush held few state dinners as
president, preferring workman-
like visits with foreign leaders
over eating meals in a tuxedo. He
also was sensitive to concerns in
the U.S. about human rights in
China and was reluctant to be seen
as going all out for Hu with a state
dinner.
Hu was welcomed with a pomp-
filled arrival ceremony on the
South Lawn, including a military
honor guard and a 21-gun salute.
But the reception was spoiled
when a woman protesting China's
treatment of the banned Falun
Gong religious movement began
shouting during his remarks.
Bush personally apologized
after they had retreated to the
oval office.
During the ceremony, a White
House announcer flubbed Chi-
na's formal name by calling it the
"Republic of China" instead of the
"People's Republic of China." The
Republic of China is the formal
name for Taiwan, the democratic
island that China claims as its ter-
ritory.
Wednesday's affair will return
the hospitality that Obama was

shown at a state dinner in Bei-
jing when he visited in November
2009.
A personal relationship
between the two leaders is impor-
tant, Asia watchers say. Obama
and Hu will have at least two
more years to work together. He is
expected to relinquish his leader-
ship of the Communist Party next
year and the presidency the year
after.
"It's such a big relationship.
It's like two aircraft carriers,"
said Victor Cha, a former direc-
tor of Asian affairs in the Bush
White House. "The only way you
can move policy is at the very top
and it requires a personal connec-
tion."
Cha said that personal element
seemslackingbetween Obamaand
Hu, who will meet for the eighth
time in two years on Wednesday.
"Maybe this visit will be an
opportunity to create some of
that," Cha said.
Hu is actually getting two din-
ners with Obama.
A small, private dinner at the
White House was on tapafter Hu
lands in Washington on Tuesday,
including Secretary of State Hill-
ary Rodham Clinton, National
Security Adviser Tom Donilon
and some Hu aides.
The state dinner is the first
for China in 13 years and follows
Obama state dinners for India and
Mexico.

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