One More Question

February 11, 2016

The Heat: A look at Boko Haram, One More Question

Parts of the African continent feel they’re ignored by the global media and treated as sort of a bad place in the world. Kayode Ogundamisi is a Nigerian commentator and pro-democracy activist and he spoke to Anand Naidoo of CCTV America’s The Heat about issues […]

Syrian refugees
November 24, 2015

Why what you think about Syrian refugees is probably wrong

About half of Americans say they don’t want Syrian refugees to resettle in the United States. They fear ISIL terrorists will pose as refugees and enter the U.S. In 60 seconds, freelance editor and writer Elizabeth MacBride explains the reality of the situation. 

October 6, 2015

‘One More Question’ with John Sculley

Mark Niu sat down with former Apple CEO John Sculley to talk tech. In our #OneMoreQuestion, Sculley talks about the China market for mobile phones, and whether his new company has plans to venture there.

September 28, 2015

One more question for Liberian President Sirleaf about the price of success

CCTV America’s Shraysi Tandon interviewed Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa’s first democratically-elected female president and a Noble Peace Prize winner. She’s been ranked as the most powerful woman in the world by Time and Forbes Magazines. The Economist has called her Liberia’s most successful […]

May 28, 2015

Convicted conspirator weighs in on FIFA scandal

As the world watches the aftermath of Wednesday’s arrest of several high-ranking officials from the football governing body FIFA on corruption allegations, anti-bribery expert Richard Bistrong offers his views on the scandal.

May 5, 2015

Importance of the Nile River for Egypt’s pyramids

The Egyptian pyramids have lasted because the critical, central parts are made of granite. And when it came time to build the closest source of granite was nearly one thousand kilometers away. But thanks to the Nile moving those hard, heavy rocks was possible. CCTV’s […]

April 27, 2015

One more question for Evan Medeiros: Will Japan apologize for WWII?

CCTV America’s Wei Xuejiao asked Evan Medeiros, senior director for Asian affairs at the National Security Council, during a press conference whether he thought Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe would apologize for atrocities committed by the Japanese during World War II. Here’s his reponse: