China Readings for 2011-03-03

  • Three Reasons The Government Is Unlikely To Shutdown Sina Weibo | DigiCha http://bit.ly/gvYaUq $sina #
  • Keso on y sina weibo wont be shut: 3. the government can use weibo to its advantage. #
  • Keso on y sina weibo wont be shut: 2. xsina weibo controlled by people govt trusts, risks from shutting gr8er than risks from not shutting #
  • Keso on y sina weibo wont be shut: 1. people need an outlet, and a visible one is safer than an invisible one #
  • keso on government wont shut sina weibo. agree ??????????????? – ????? | Playin' with IT – ????? | keso.me http://bit.ly/gxh063 #
  • ‘Who’s on First?’ Finds a Home in Chinese Clubs – NYTimes.com http://nyti.ms/dKspkj #
  • When Real Estate Brakes Ignore Reality_English_Caixin http://bit.ly/eEBI19 #
  • The tragedy of Zhao Wei-China Media Project http://bit.ly/hwSlsl good for bandurski for calling this out. far more interesting than flowers #
  • China’s Tier 2 property trap | beyondbrics | – FT.com http://on.ft.com/gidEuY #
  • FT.com / Media – Sina banks on microblogs in China http://on.ft.com/g1tskL #
  • China warns int'l media not to cover protest calls – Yahoo! News http://yhoo.it/i7ki5J #
  • China Daily-Only 6 percent happy, survey finds http://bit.ly/gLwpb9 huge untapped market for antidepressant makers #
  • Huntsman's path to White House starts in China – Yahoo! News http://yhoo.it/hgwXMf has a video crew following him. 2012 ads in can? #
  • CapitaLand ?s China's Property Moves-WSJ http://on.wsj.com/eX1FAN "limits on purchases won't reduce prices; risk of creating pent-up demand" #
  • Former CEO of China Forestry Detained – WSJ.com http://on.wsj.com/foCO6o #
  • Ex-DE Shaw, Goldman partners launch new China fund | Reuters http://reut.rs/hitGag #
  • inside facebok-Facebook’s Start-and-Stop Growth in China, Taiwan and Hong Kong – A Closer Look http://bit.ly/hdhYGH #
  • Chris Dodd shows how Washington works-Greenwald http://bit.ly/eMtNSH "only the very wealthy businesses can afford senators and congressmen" #
  • Arab Uprisings Put U.S. Lobbyists in Uneasy Spot – NYTimes.com http://nyti.ms/hGCBzS they pay well #

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