The World's Mary Kay Magistad has the latest on the run-up to tomorrow's presidential election in Taiwan, where concerns about relations with China loom large as Taiwanese voters prepare to go to the polls.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks to James Miles, China correspondent for The Economist, who also happened to be on a government-approved visit to Lhasa when anti-China protests broke out in the Tibetan capital.
Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Erin Potts and Deyden Tethong, partners at Air Traffic Control - a group that connects musicians to movements for social change; Potts was one of the organizers of the Tibetan Freedom Concerts held in the 90's.
Chinese officials invited a group of foreign journalists to a Buddhist monastery in Lhasa today, in an attempt to show the situation in the Tibetan capital had normalized, but things didn't go as planned,
Today China imprisoned a Chinese dissident who spoke out against the government's record on human rights; Hu Jia was found guilty of "inciting subversion of state power,ï¿½ as The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports from Beijing.
Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Helen Zia about her decision to be part of the relay team carrying the Olympic torch through San Francisco this week; Zia is a Chinese-American writer and human rights activist.