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May 5, 2009 Two days after the earthquake struck southwestern China last May, Melissa Block interviewed a couple as rescue workers searched for their toddler son and his grandparents who were buried under a collapsed apartment building. Block checks in with the boy's aunt to see how the family is coping with the loss of its loved ones.
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March 31, 2008 Increases in international trade, tourism and cultural exchanges have given China a substantial national interest overseas. But China has not articulated a clear plan or strategy for the role it wants to play in the world.
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