Made in China

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China's increased openness to cultural expression is making waves worldwide. Kurt Andersen talks with Taiwanese filmmaker Ang Lee (Lust, Caution, Brokeback Mountain) who negotiates the divide between Shanghai and Hollywood. A songwriter sings of the woes of 100 million migrant workers who have left rural homes for China's booming cities. And a scholar at the Asia Society explains why the Olympic Games are so important to China, and how they could turn into a PR nightmare.