Sarah Palin spoke to the CLSA Investors' Forum in Hong Kong today, and, though the event was closed to media, a snippet of video is available here, apparently taken by an attendee (quality looks sub-professional, but both image and audio are pretty good).

You can see what looks to be the beginning of her the speech, as she tells the audience she'll discuss "Main Street USA, and how perhaps my view of main street representing perhaps a lot of other people, how that affects you and your business."

The attendees interviewed later in the video, one can tell, aren't huge Palin fans, but they're respectful and appreciative of her remarks.

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