The campaign to turn the 16th century Jesuit into a saint depends on finding a miracle. Restoring Sino/Vatican relations may require one, too.
In a remote part of China, runners contend with poor guidance and water shortages -- but are rewarded with spectacular scenery.
Documenting an infamous episode in U.S. history, the play is showing for the second time in three years.
Paul French, a Shanghai-based consultant, has made a name for himself writing about the dark underbelly of old China.
"He's great," she says.