This program is 30 minutes long
(China: David Muir) A look at China's high-speed trains as part of the nation's green mission featured; scenes shown from inside a fast train, wind turbines, solar-powered towns, sensing escalators; statistics on China's energy use and spending on green technology cited. [Brookings Inst. CHENG Li- says China has resource scarcity.] [Yingli Solar Bryan LI- comments on help from China's government.]
(Shanghai: Diane Sawyer) The jobs problem for the "ant tribe" of Chinese college graduates noted; scenes shown of life in outskirts villages.
(Buckingham Palace: Miguel Marquez) The royal engagement of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton featured. [In interview, MIDDLETOn, WILLIAM - talk about getting engaged with Princess Diana's ring.] [Prime Minister David CAMERON, author Katie NICHOLL- comment on the nation's reaction to the proposal news.]
(Beijing: Clarissa Ward) The story of two women named Tara, Beijing's Tara Tang and Tara Walsh of Washington, DC, presented; scenes shown of their parallel lives. [WALSH, TANG - talk about their lives, emotions, dreams and the other's country.]
(Shanghai: Diane Sawyer) A correction to last night's story on billionaires in China and the US presented.
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) Brief interview held with Giunta. GIUNTA - says this award is for everyone.]
(Beijing: David Muir) The story of young Chinese musician Liu Wei, who lost both arms in an accident and plays the piano with his toes, presented; performance video shown.
(Shanghai: Diane Sawyer) A last look at the skyline of Shanghai shown.