U.S. first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton helps at a ribbon-cutting dedicating a new facility at Shanghai Children's Medical Center Tuesday. At the Shanghai Library, she used a reporter's question on how her life has changed since she became first lady to vent a little steam at the media. Pointing to dozens of television cameras, photographers and reporters, she complained that "when you're in a position like this, people, particularly all these people with their pencils and their cameras, try to record everything you do and then they try to put meaning to that." See related stories on A4.