NEW YORK -- The reporting for "China Inside Out: Bob Woodruff Reports" took the ABC News correspondent to three continents for work on a one-hour documentary that examines China's growing power in the world.
Woodruff and his crew traveled to Angola, Brazil and Cambodia tracking how the Chinese have become major players on the world scene. As documented by "China Inside Out," the Chinese are doing business in Mato Grosso, Brazil's soy fields so they can help feed their 1.3 billion people. China. Thousands of Chinese are working in the African country of Angola as the two countries help each other, with Angola receiving a major infrastructure boost while China gets access to millions of barrels of oil. But China is also looking to its neighbors like Cambodia for its relationships.
"The Chinese are all over the world in the age of China globalization," Woodruff said. "Initially, we decided we'd do a story on China's growth without going to China."