China Readings for 2011-01-17

  • China’s New Project 718/J-20 Fighter: Development outlook and strategic implications | Andrew S. Erickson http://bit.ly/euDZwr #
  • Tightening media control? What about weibo?-Press policy 2011: one photo says all – China Media Project http://bit.ly/eYFuEN #
  • Where China's navy operates – The Globe and Mail http://bit.ly/hrum4t #
  • Information Dissemination: Where China's Navy Operates http://bit.ly/hVUKl2 #
  • "Sellers of Sinophobia" ironic coming from WSJ… http://on.wsj.com/fvEVOk WSJ-China to Air Pro-China Ad in U.S. During Hu Visit #
  • WaPo – Scholars weigh in: What should we expect from Hu-Obama meetings? http://wapo.st/ftG9z3 #
  • WaPo-Chinese President Hu looks for 'common ground' with U.S. http://wapo.st/i7eMHa #
  • live in china long enough and unfortunately you learn that concessions only beget concessions. #
  • "Beijing may be willing to dial back its rhetoric but it is not going to abandon its goal of regional preponderance" friedberg #
  • "While may disagree on ?s of tactics & timing..no reason 2 believe China's leaders differ over fundamental questions of strategy" Friedberg #
  • love that Friedberg dismisses the soft-headed excuse making around 2012 leadership succession http://on.wsj.com/gHSiZp #
  • Chinese President Hu looks for 'common ground' with U.S. http://wapo.st/i7eMHa ????? #
  • Chinese cinema: Jonathan Kos-Read finds his niche paying the foreigner – latimes.com http://lat.ms/f0VAsv #
  • Aaron Friedberg – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia http://bit.ly/1tP8fA #
  • Press Briefing by Geithner, N Donilon, and Press Secretary Gibbs re State Visit Hu of China | The White House http://bit.ly/hEPRIn #
  • Aaron Friedberg: The Coming Clash With China – WSJ.com http://on.wsj.com/gHSiZp #
  • Hu Highlights Need for U.S.-China Cooperation, Questions Dollar – WSJ.com http://on.wsj.com/ici5fr #
  • ????.likely fake-Arousing success for cordyceps sinensis, a fungus-covered worm called "Himalayan Viagra"NYP http://bit.ly/hWKE7V #
  • Hong Kong Registers Record Number of Companies – WSJ.com http://on.wsj.com/dU0hQq assume most set up by mainland chinese #

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