Authorities in the Chinese city of Nanjing are under fire after a publicity stunt that involved a high-end Ferrari and a Ming dynasty wall. The event was marking Ferrari's 20 years in China. The driver of Ferrari literally burned rubber on top of the wall, leaving tire marks atop the 600-year-old wall. The Chinese have taken to the Internet to voice their complaints. Audie Cornish talks with Rob Gifford, China editor for the Economist, about the incident.
Ferrari Stunt In China Causes Local Uproar
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