China Readings For 2011-08-01

  • A Chinese artist's crusade on corruption‏ – YouTube http://bit.ly/nckfOV @melissakchan does he pay his taxes? #
  • BBC Nature – Giant fungus discovered in China http://bbc.in/mXlsxH #
  • 加速推进铁路体制改革-《财经网》 http://bit.ly/oVfOLg #
  • 12 in ’12: Strategic Challenges Facing the U.S. and China as the 2012 Political Season Approaches | China SignPost 洞察中国 http://bit.ly/pY4yV9 #
  • How Do the Economic Outputs of China’s 8 Most Productive Cities Compare to Those of U.S. Cities? | China SignPost™ 洞察中国 http://bit.ly/ok6eKX #
  • McClatchy blog: China Rises http://bit.ly/nxKygH $2.8 Billion Dollars! China train controversy continues #
  • State Department Taps will.i.am for China Effort – NYTimes.com http://nyti.ms/qFzOL2 #
  • Micro blogs find their time is now|Cover Story|chinadaily.com.cn http://bit.ly/q6gT8L risk and opportunity for $sina #
  • attack on corruption at ministry of railways. some things rr still fair game… 铁道部八名高官一年内落马 高铁跃进滋生腐败_新闻中心_新浪网 http://bit.ly/ojbf6k #
  • US drone attack kills al-Qaida-linked top Chinese militant in Pakistan – Times Of India http://bit.ly/q5rNf3 early 2010 #
  • Xinjiang attacks masterminded by overseas-trained terrorists: government http://bit.ly/o75cmw #
  • Latest counterfeit IDs are so good they’re dangerous – The Washington Post http://wapo.st/p4zdFn from China, probably on Jack Ma's Taobao #
  • AFP: More stadiums than sports in China http://bit.ly/mW1scB #
  • Beijing Supermarkets surveil for potential poisoners http://bit.ly/nJrqQQ #
  • 18 killed in 2 attacks in troubled NW China http://bit.ly/orXVve @gillianwong y does AP put quotation marks around the word terrorist ? #
  • Baidu not yet censoring searches re rumors of radiation leak from sub 百度搜索_大连潜艇核泄露 http://bit.ly/oW1Rea @galrahn & some mentions on weibo #
  • doesnt appear to be a full muzzle on Caijing's reporting of the 7.23 train disaster《财经网》 – CAIJING.COM.CN http://bit.ly/pFKXPl #
  • China Beijing Jul House Prices Fall To April '10 Low: Press | mninews.deutsche-boerse.com http://bit.ly/pwVzT3 #
  • Jack Ma & Joe Cai did an MSO–Management Steal Out–of Alipay 支付宝股权转移:马云的非典型MBO?_互联网_科技时代_新浪网 http://bit.ly/q5F05s #
  • Taiwan Seeks Bigger Role for Its Banks in China – WSJ.com http://on.wsj.com/qloENg hugely lucrative for some #
  • Chinese Media Resist Restrictions on Rail-Crash Coverage – WSJ.com http://on.wsj.com/pZ404T #
  • War Is Boring » Offiziere.ch: Chinese Nuclear Accident in Dalian Alleged http://bit.ly/pcO139 #
  • 21st century business herald huge package on 7.23 rain crash not yet muzzled online 温州动车追尾事件:中国高铁隐秘产业链 – 21世纪网 http://bit.ly/q7RXpH #
  • looks like another pr disaster for china's red cross, over its new online donations database 红会捐款查询平台遭质疑 玉树在地震前收到捐款_腾讯网 http://bit.ly/qS3KOs #
  • 月饼限用添加剂 白莲蓉将变色 保质期缩短 http://bit.ly/qgnlm8 #
  • China Imposes Blackout on Coverage of High-Speed Train Wreck – NYTimes.com http://nyti.ms/qiTFf0 not blacked out on weibo so far #
  • China and the Afghan Endgame – Zhu Feng – Project Syndicate http://bit.ly/qNos6H #
  • Former Bush NSA director Hayden calls for ‘digital Blackwater’ | Raw Replay http://bit.ly/pvuAHb #
  • Xinhua–Three killed in Xinjiang blast, 2 suspects caught http://bit.ly/qEJCMU bad day in Kashgar #
  • Xinjiang: Let them shoot hoops | The Economist http://econ.st/rs7qjx #
  • Peeking Inside Snow Leopards’ Forbidding Afghan Kingdom – NYTimes.com http://nyti.ms/qxwH2B #
  • railway official says charges that rescue efforts cut short "hurts the feelings" of the rescuers. chinese peoples feelings so ez 2 hurt? #
  • railway official appears 2b reading a script in cctv interview 铁道部副部长回应动车事故质疑 铁道部副部长称小伊伊因领导坚持而获救 – 高清在线观看 – 腾讯视频 http://bit.ly/pgdLQx #
  • 913k mentions of the palace museum on weibo 故宫宝物人为失误受损 – 新浪微博-随时随地分享身边的新鲜事儿 http://bit.ly/njh46F #
  • song dynasty porcelain broken by staffer in accident at palace museum 故宫就宋代哥窑瓷器损坏作说明:操作存在失误_新闻中心_新浪网 http://bit.ly/r9somC #
  • A test of will – FT.com http://on.ft.com/ruz3Ym reviews 3 new books on China. #

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