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From the beginning, the life of China's biggest sports star was shaped by two powerful, often competing forces: his mother and the Communist government
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April 07, 2003 | Peter King
Quietly, the NFL is working to schedule a preseason game in Shanghai in 2005 and another in Beijing in '06. In the wake of the immense success the NBA has enjoyed with the arrival of Rockets center Yao Ming, the NFL...
January 27, 2003 | Allen Abel
While Yao Ming dazzles U.S. fans, his replacement in Shanghai, Dan McClintock, struggles to fill the biggest shoes in China
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ANNA KOURNIKOVAThe tennis star, 0 for 117 tournaments, after falling in the finals of the WTA's Shanghai Open last Sunday: "Not only did the fans here wish me to win, but so did the fans all over the world."