China playing by its own rules in preparations for 2020 Winter Olympics | The World

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While Beijing prepares to become the first city ever to host both a summer and winter Olympic Games, familiar concerns about transparency and press freedom have surfaced, as ABC Olympics correspondent Tracey Holmes explains.

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