"It is my hope that the Games could have a catalytic effect on the domestic and foreign policies of the Chinese government, and that the Chinese people will remember the Games long after they are held -- not merely for medals won, but also because they were a turning point for human rights and the rule of law in China. That would be something worth cheering."What do you think? All comments welcome!
Olympic-Size Controversy: Martin Lee Chu-ming on U.S.-China Relations
You've heard about the controversy - now read Martin Lee's opinion piece in 17 October 2007 edition of The Wall Street Journal. He does not call for a boycott, though some of his critics have said he did or that he supports one. He writes:
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