When Hurricane Sandy hit one year ago, journalist Jen Poyant was at work in Manhattan. She discovered her home was under seven feet of water. And that led her to Asia to compare government relief efforts after disasters.
For our Geo Quiz, we're on the lookout for a city in southwest China known for its silk, teahouses and traditional spices. We're talking peppercorns, ginger and chili peppers. But new spices and western-style dishes are starting to appear around town.
Last week, he was detained by authorities, accused of "economic crimes"; his whereabouts are unknown. One of his protégés was arrested and sentenced to two years hard labor for attending a pro-democracy rally.
Troops and rescue workers in southwestern China are struggling to reach areas devastated by a powerful earthquake yesterday; Anchor Lisa Mullins gets an update from The BBC's Michael Bristow in Sichuan province.
The World's Matt Bell reports on the Chinese government's rescue efforts following yesterday's massive earthquake: the government has quickly mobilized troops and assistance - and these efforts have received huge coverage by Chinese news media.
China is trying to stage a feel-good Olympics, but in Beijing and the Tibetan areas across China, crackdowns on Tibetan protesters continue. The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports from an ethnic Tibetan part of Sichuan province.
The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on the mood among migrant workers in China's Sichuan province. Thousands of these workers have returned home to celebrate the Chinese New Year. But many of the workers won't have jobs to go back to once they return.
More than 12,000 are dead in the Sichuan province alone in the 7.9 earthquake that struck southwestern China yesterday.
Rescue efforts are being stalled by rain throughout the region, which is expected for the next few days. China says it would welcome international help, but even their own people are having trouble getting to the affected regions.