Locked in a federal penitentiary in the Arizona desert, Tai Kuo spends his days helping with the cooking, teaching language classes and tennis, making new friends.
The convicted spy, it seems, has become a mentor.
This surprises no one. Not the prosecutors who charged him. Not his old friends or colleagues, some of whom stand behind him still.
Because Tai Kuo is nothing if not likable. It's the very quality that allowed him to get close to people in high places. Politicians. Army brass.