Passions over NATO’s mistaken bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade are cooling now that President Clinton has apologized and spoken on the phone with Chinese President Jiang Zemin. There were no direct attacks on U.S. citizens during the unrest that followed the incident, but Americans have been experiencing increasing animosity since NATO began bombing Yugoslavia, with Chinese media taking a strident anti-Nato and anti-American stance in its coverage. Conditions should improve, but be aware that Americans may not be as welcome here as they were a few months ago.