China Readings for 2011-04-21

"Sinocism is the Presidential Daily Brief for China hands"- Evan Osnos, New Yorker Correspondent and National Book Award Winner

  • Wei JIngsheng-A Return to the Cultural Revolution? – No #
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  • Gertz on Wikileaks describing Chinese diplomat protest over 2009 pentagon report #
  • Religare Enterprises–these guy screwed over 2 different firms I know in China. will avoid #
  • friend just bought place in beijing, contract price, which is official datapoint, far below mkt,seller getting part paid offshore $macro #
  • on mess in collecting accurate chinese real estate data. don't believe reports of big price drops ???????_21??? $macro #
  • IEA Urges China to Reduce Energy Subsidies – #
  • MIIT official–New CHina Internet industrial policy coming, will cover all sectors — Shanghai Daily #
  • Beijing Ski slopes are major drain on capital's water supplies: NGO #
  • Mongolia Rail Boom Seen Breaking China’s Rare Earths Grip: Freight Markets – Bloomberg #
  • China’s ‘Shattering Dreams’ Dazzle Pearl Buck Biographer: Books – Bloomberg #
  • Chinese Light Fixtures Compromise U.S. Combat Readiness? – China Real Time Report – WSJ #
  • iPhone keeps record of everywhere you go | Technology | #
  • Facebook may 'block content' claim as speculation grows over entry into China | @taniabranigan | Guardian #
  • The Canadian Press: China cracks down on latest food safety problem: tainted bean sprouts #
  • new tiger in town: Fo-shun Cookie…by Sophia AND Lulu funny #
  • China Speeds Yuan Push – #
  • Qian Liu killed in Toronto dorm room as boyfriend in Beijing watches on webcam | Mail Online #
  • Study: Environment a Tough Sell with China's Consumers – China Real Time Report – WSJ #
  • Foreign firms bidding for China contracts face uneven playing | Reuters #
  • Facebook, China PR And Defining "Too Much Free Speech"? | DigiCha $fbook #
  • Beijing-Shanghai high-speed rail to remove luxury seats, ticket prices to drop – People's Daily line opens in june. #
  • Red songs sweep [Chongqing] China's happiest city – People's Daily Online Bo Xilai getting lots of media love #

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