The Chinese government continues its public relations effort, offering its explanation for what has happened to and in Tibet over the past 10 days.
The People's Daily, the official state newspaper, adds that more countries are offering their support for the way the Chinese have handled the crisis.
Meanwhile, state-controlled CCTV is reporting that citizens from all over the world are (and are encouraged to continue) blaming CNN for offering a distorted series of reports.
Finally, the New York Times reports that within China there are more calls for the government to re-think its handling of this situation.
Readers of TIME magazine likely already have seen/read the cover story this week -- it focuses on the Dalai Lama and how the Tibet crisis could define his legacy. I hesitate to recommend the link only because it is an excerpt from a book.