This program is 29 minutes long
(Zhejiang, China: David Muir) A look at the factory towns in the new economy in China featured; scenes shown from Zhejiang province of an umbrella factory in Songxia, the dorm for workers, the sock factory in another town, the toys. ["China, Inc." author Ted FISHMAN- says China is educating its young better.]
(Shanghai: Diane Sawyer) The average income saved by Chinese vs. Americans noted.
(Capitol Hill: Jonathan Karl) The changing Congress with lots of new Republicans featured; scenes shown of the new Republican senators with Mitch McConnell, who has changed his position on eliminating earmarks and from the ethics trial of Representative Charles Rangel. [Now and November 4, McCONNELL - speaks about earmarks.] [Representative-elect David McKINLEY - promises a shake-up.] [RANGEL - says he is entitled to a lawyer.]
(Beijing: Clarissa Ward) The campaign in China to break through the English language barrier examined; scenes shown from the schools where the kids learn English at age 2 and of an American Idol-style show of kids speaking English. [EF for Kids center director YU Jie- explains the goal.]
(Shanghai: Diane Sawyer) Tomorrow's segment on China previewed.