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Black Eyed Peas front man will.i.am. has been called upon by the U.S. government to improve the relations between America and China. 

Figuring that music breaks all barriers, will.i.am. will join Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to promote a benefit concert in Beijing, China.

Will.i.am. will be encouraging more American young people to study abroad and embrace Chinese culture for the betterment of international relations. 

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More celebs are said to be joining will.i.am. as musical ambassadors, but there’s no word as to who will be joining the “Check It Out” rapper/producer.

Nicki Minaj would be great to join will.i.am. in China. They’ve already worked together on their hit song “Check It Out,” and even incorporated Asian themes in their video.

Find out what other music artists have enough persuasion for Asians on the next few pages! 

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Lil B loves cooking up wonton soup, so he’d be a perfect ambassador to improve Chinese relations.  

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Beyonce is just a nice person, so she’d be perfect.  

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Asians love Lady Gaga and Lady Gaga loves them more than they love her. 

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Pharrell always travels to Asia to promote his various companies and endeavors.

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If Waka Flocka could play “Grove St” or “No Hands,” the Chinese would forget all about tensions with America.  

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Rapper Big Sean loves Benihanas, and although Benihana is a Japanese restaurant, rapper Big Sean loves Asian food, so he’d be perfect to serve as an ambassador. 

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With blue lipstick and a good party anthem, Ke$ha will definitely improve Chinese relations with America. 

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Why not Flava Flav? He’s fun and ridiculous, and hopefully he could cheer up the Chinese. 

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