Best Video Conferencing Solution for US and China?

We need a stable and reliable video conferencing solution to have a meeting between our US office and some customers in China.  Does anyone have any recent experience or knowledge about which video conferencing solution (e.g. GoToMeeting, Skype, etc.) works well for video conferences between China and the US?
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Qian BaoDigital Media Specialist and Web DesignerCommented:
Skype would be the best solution in your scenario. Skype provides the most reliable service between United States and China. However, I do want to point out that in order to ensure a smooth communication between you and your customers, please provide your customers in China with a copy of a Skype downloaded within United States. This is because the Chinese version of Skype is subjected to censorship and interruptions. There are no ways to download international version of Skype unless you VPN out of China.

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Wouldn't you be circumventing Chinese law by introducing "contraband" versions of Skype to users in China?
Qian BaoDigital Media Specialist and Web DesignerCommented:
I wouldn't call that a "contraband" version of Skype since it is the original version, the version in China is heavily modified. Also, using the International version of Skype isn't against the Chinese law. I am sure that the foreign communities in China are all using the international version.
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