I'll be out this weekend shooting some new local material. In the meantime, think about who may be watching you. This is the north edge of Tienanmen Square in Beijing at the entrance to the Forbidden City, for centuries the home of Chinese emperors. For all of its explosive entrepreneurialism, China remains a police state. There are far more police on the streets than in the U.S. and many prominent storefront police stations. Mao's economic and social policies are now viewed with skepticism but he is still revered as the liberator of the country from foreign domination. His portrait is inescapable. It is on every piece of paper money. No Chinese people we met refer to him as just Mao. It is always Chairman Mao..