China - Soccer NPR's Mary Kay Magistad reports from Beijing about the enormous interest in tomorrow's Women's World Cup soccer final between the US and China. China has long cheered its sports victories as a reflection of the nation's glory, and in light of the soured Sino-US. relations, a victory tomorrow would be especially sweet. Many Chinese are still seething over what NATO says its mistaken bombing of Beijing's Belgrade embassy in May, and see this match as an opportunity to kick the US around are restore some national pride.
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China - Soccer

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China - Soccer

China - Soccer

China - Soccer

Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's Mary Kay Magistad reports from Beijing about the enormous interest in tomorrow's Women's World Cup soccer final between the US and China. China has long cheered its sports victories as a reflection of the nation's glory, and in light of the soured Sino-US. relations, a victory tomorrow would be especially sweet. Many Chinese are still seething over what NATO says its mistaken bombing of Beijing's Belgrade embassy in May, and see this match as an opportunity to kick the US around are restore some national pride.