The last day of the Chinese New Year is celebrated with a Lantern Festival — lights, color, and family. There’s also a special rice ball infused with sesame, peanut and red bean. Here’s our Host James Chau with the story.
The Winter Olympics and Paralympics are in the hearts of billions of sport-lovers. We speak to one of the people who make it all happen — Thomas Bach. Bach, a former Olympian, heads the International Olympic Committee. He spoke with our Host James Chau.
As competitors face nature in their bid for gold, many winter Olympics sports also present high risks to their participants. The exposure to mountains, steep slopes, and extreme weather are only a few of the dangers for athletes. In the run-up to the Beijing Olympics, a team of 40 physicians trained for over four years to aid injured Olympians. This story from our Host James Chau.
The big winner at the Beijing Olympics is Bing Dwen Dwen, the mascot encased in an astronaut’s outfit. Long lines have formed outside stores in Beijing, while factories are trying to keep up with demand. Our Host James Chau looks at the “ice panda” winning hearts everywhere.