Chinese Americans Split On Olympic Pride With the start of the Olympics tomorrow, much of the focus on China as host of the Games highlights the country's environmental and human rights conflicts. Two Chinese American activists share their thoughts on China as host to the 2008 Olympic Games.

Chinese Americans Split On Olympic Pride

Chinese Americans Split On Olympic Pride

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A cyclist rides past an Olympic themed floral display on August 7, 2008 in Chengdu, China. Getty Images hide caption

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With the start of the Olympics tomorrow, much of the focus on China as host of the Games highlights the country's environmental and human rights conflicts.

Helen Zia ran in the Olympic torch relay earlier this year in San Francisco. Zia is joined by Chinese American writer Sasha Gong to discuss the how Chinese Americans are thinking about the Olympic Games.