One lazy summer evening in Beijing, about fifteen years ago, my wife and I were strolling down Jianguomenwai, the bustling street adjacent to our flat in the Qijiayuan Diplomatic Compound. The day had been sweltering, and as the sun began to set the sidewalks filled with pedestrians who, like us, had escaped their stuffy apartments to take in a cool, soothing breeze.
"Beijing's Olympics: Pride, Appearance and Human Rights,"
Human Rights & Human Welfare: Vol. 8:
5, Article 3.
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