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It will be indeed interesting to see what we learn in the process. One of the most passionate and generous professionals I know if from China. I have great respect for the individuals who have grown up in that cultural environment. I believe that many more will find their creative genius at an accelerated pace.

I don't know, Valeria; my innate cynicism at China's human-rights "progress" makes me think it's a waste of time expecting truly open access to anything unscripted at the Games. Maybe once they're over and folks have a chance to talk about it later...

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