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Lucky you, if you rode the red-hot Chinese stock market over the last few years. Between 2003 and last fall, the Shanghai index was up 300 percent. Domestic A shares were up 500 percent in two years. We're talking epochal money here.

Now, with money pros wondering if it's about to go bust, super-investor Jim Rogers says "don't stop." One way or another, he says, figure out your way into China's future. And do it now. Learn Chinese, take tai chi, take a trip, make an investment.

This hour, On Point: red-hot China, and new thoughts on a Chinese century.Guests:

Jim Rogers, global investor and author of "A Bull in China: Investing Profitably in the World's Greatest Market."

Jonathan Woetzel, Director in McKinsey & Company's Greater China office and author of "Operation China: From Strategy to Execution."

This program aired on January 9, 2008.

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