Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong and his arch-rival for control of China, Chiang Kai-shek had a complex relationship. Now two of their grandchildren have met for the first time. Marco Werman has more.
The World's Matthew Bell finds that Chinese still remember the burning of the summer palace of China's last imperial dynasty, more than 150 years ago. It was destroyed by British and French soldiers — which may shed some light on recent Chinese government pressure on foreign news organizations.
The unrest that's sweeping through Arab nations apparently has China's leaders nervous. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on a controversial new policy at China's Peking University that targets students with "radical thoughts" for counseling.
The son of a legendary Chinese Communist Party leader who took part in the revolutionary youth activities during the Cultural Revolution has made a public apology. And he's not the only aging participant to try to make amends for bad behavior during those years of social chaos.