Until last October, many people believed NYC's Comptroller, John Liu, was on the road to becoming the city's first Asian American mayor. Then the NY Times revealed that a number of people that Liu identified as campaign contributors denied giving him money, and one of his leading fundraisers was arrested. Now the FBI and the US Attorney's Office in Manhattan are investigating whether Liu violated federal law by accepting contributions from foreign donors. This week, FI2W's John Rudolph speaks with Stella Chan, reporter with the Chinese language newspaper Sing Tao Daily, and Danny Shin, senior reporter at Korea Daily, about the controversy surrounding John Liu's political future.