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a meeting where a bunch of millionaires from inner mongolia were looking through yacht designs, having their yachts they would sail around some place. and then the entrepreneurial level there's all sorts of... tens of millions of mom-and-pop-type enterprises. so i think you find tremendous vitality there and also many, many business leaders have been to berkeley, to m.i.t., to oxford. the political leadership is more "commitment 2010" flex. i think the closest analogy would be to the career u.s. military. that's essentially how the communist party rotates and chooses its leader. they rotate among different parts of the country, different assignments, they work their way up. i think there is some concern that just as the private economic leadership is becoming more worldly, more free-wheeling richer and all the rest, the governmental leadership is becoming sort of a less risk taking and so i think there is the potential for tension ten and 15 years from now between this kind of technocrat class which we see now and will probably see more like it and the vitality of the business
mac and cheese? >> well, mac and cheese put mrs. on you. >> reporter: the camels from mongolia has the heaviest coats out there. and for some lucky animals, all this bitter cold feels a little like home. for "good morning america," stephanie sy, abc news, boston. >> the piece my son was looking most forward to this morning, by the way. he wants to be a zooologist. >> you see the lion, the king of the jungle, on a heated rock. and the lion's thinking, i didn't sign up for snow. >> where in my contract does it say -- >> what exactly is this? >> yeah. >>> coming up on "good morning america," a promising picture. 3-d 26 coming to a living room near you soon. will it be a must-see? or a tune out? >>> and the young skating champion who is winning her biggest challenge off the ice. fighting a condition so severe. most foods could kill her. it was may 1st. that's when i'd had it with heartburn. it was supposed to be the night i would hook mr. right. i mean look at him - he is really bringing it. and look at me - i'm blank. i got nothing. that's when i had it with frequent heartburn. that's
title. from mongolia, to africa, to san francisco, the film cuts through the frantic world we live in and the unfettered laidback world babies grow up in in other parts of the world. the result is what you might call awe-inspiring. four, beautiful babies, in four different countries. the film attempts to grasp the survival of humanity, struggling to take the first step. what made you want to film babies in their natural habitat? >> the idea was to be there all over the world, where four babies would be encountering first experiences with the five senses. >> reporter: french director thomas balmes shot most of the footage over the course of 400 days in the field. balmes captured a diverse group. byar, who lives in mongolia. patty, a california girl from san francisco. mary, who lives in the urban jungles of japan. and ponio, who is part of the tribe in namibia. >> it's a beautiful light. >> reporter: did you think a child was in danger? that one shot, where the child was in the tub. >> i was not there to baby sit. >> reporter: if a hurd of cattle are coming towards the baby? >> don'
continue this evening with a look at mongolia and a conversation with its prime minister, sukhbaatar batbold. >> this is a good time and especially with given strength and advantages we have like rich mineral resources and strong neighbor... china is a market and opportunity and is emerging market i think with this tree sort of big advantages, mongolia s got a strong possibility to develop and now we have the challenge and especially for my government we have a coalition government and how do we deal with these advantages and also the certain difficulties or challenges which might come from the mineral development, this would be the issue for us. >> rose: china and mongolia next. words alone aren't enough. our job is to listen and find ways to help workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. we'll keep restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses impacted by the spill. we've paid over $400 million in claims and set up a $20 billion independently-run claims fund. i was born in new orleans. my family still lives here. i'm gonna be here until we make this right. cap
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