Ray Suarez speaks with Steven Lee Myers, diplomatic correspondent for The New York Times, about the latest developments in the saga of blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng and how his situation rankled American and Chinese officials during high-level diplomatic meetings. Continue reading
After three days of talks between U.S. and Chinese officials, China’s now world-famous dissident Chen Guangcheng will now be allowed to pursue a visa to study as a visiting scholar at New York University. Judy Woodruff has an update on the blind dissident’s ongoing saga. Continue reading
While Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng gave up his U.S. diplomatic sanctuary Wednesday, nearly everything else surrounding the fate of the blind activist remained in dispute. Chen told The Associated Press in a phone interview that he had left the American Embassy under duress. Jeffrey Brown reports. Continue reading
Digital artist Jason Salavon has designed a way to let U.S. museum-goers experience the feeling of being in an ancient Chinese Buddhist temple without actually visiting one.