At the national level, a Newsweek poll asked candidates about ways to improve the economy,the result is a virtual tie with 43% responding Obama and 42% saying Clinton. Published by the Washington Post,March 25, 2008 on Page 5. On page A15: Samsung Electronics spokesman believes that the Olympics are a force for good. The Chairman of International Olympic Committee Jacques Rogge, was also quick to declare that a boycott does not solve anyting as a demostrator was handcuffed in Greece. Greek officials said politics should have no place at the ceremony at the 2,800-year-old birthplace of the ancient Games as published in Kids Post,March 25, 2008 on page C12.
On Page A14: Test in Taiwan Democracy: President-elect Mr. MA would be more favorable to China and has delivered on the promise of better relations. Mr. MA's policy will benefit folks on both sides of Taiwan straits and security in East Asia. Such proclamation is regarded by US position as peace with development. Wall Street Journal on page A10 Headline: Tighter Taiwan ties with China for investors to bid up shares.
New York Times March 25, 2008 on page A7: James Miles, a journalist with The Economist magazine who happened to be in Lhasa during the riot, reported in The Economist and gave an interview to CNN describing the riots and saying that Tibetans were singling out Han Chinese, burning their shops, throwing stones and assaulting them. Such violence was responded by local security to maintain law and order with just cause as viewed by law-abiding folks in the world.
Francis Shieh a.k.a. Xie Shihao with genes from family re arthritis and altruistic behavior with longevity as per the feature article about Genes Analysis by the Washington Post on page A6. March 25, 2008 at 9.26 p.m.