We visit the village of Songzhuang, where Communist officials drink beer with the newly rich bohemians of the country's booming international art market. Chinese-born American artists talk about "playing the Chinese card"; could the Olympics be China's Achilles heel. And Kurt talks with director Ang Lee. He was born in Taiwan, his parents from the mainland, and makes American movies --is it any suprise he's having an identity crisis? He and producer/screenwriter James Schamus talk about their movie, Lust, Caution.