A foreign woman teases a Chinese boy at Tiananmen square in Beijing, China, Tuesday, May 22, 2012. First, videos of rude foreigners went viral in Chinese cyberspace. Then, a Beijing police crackdown on visitors without valid visas drew fervent applause. And finally, a state TV host urged his countrymen to toss out the "foreign trash."The latest anti-foreigner stirring in China has put the spotlight on outsiders at a time when its leaders would welcome any distraction from the slowing economy, a high-level political scandal and a blind activist's daring flight into U.S. custody. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)

A foreign woman teases a Chinese boy at Tiananmen square in Beijing, China, Tuesday, May 22, 2012. First, videos of rude foreigners went viral in Chinese cyberspace. Then, a Beijing police crackdown on visitors without valid visas drew fervent applause. And finally, a state TV host urged his countrymen to toss out the "foreign trash."The latest anti-foreigner stirring in China has put the spotlight on outsiders at a time when its leaders would welcome any distraction from the slowing economy, a high-level political scandal and a blind activist's daring flight into U.S. custody. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)