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- Icelandic Government Won’t Permit China’s Huang Nubo to Buy Land Parcel – Bloomberg –
- SARFT Banning TV Ads During Shows; Good News or Bad News for Online Video? | Tech in Asia –
- CHINAaid: Police Criminally Detain Beijing Distributor of Newest Documentary by Christian Filmmaker Yuan Zhiming – (Beijing—Nov. 24, 2011) Beijing police have criminally detained the chief representative of a company that produced and distributed copies of a new documentary by filmmaker Rev. Yuan Zhiming, once on the Chinese government’s most-wanted list, ChinaAid has learned.
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- Is China threatened by a more open Burma? | GlobalPost –
- Soft Power and China’s Story in Latin America_英文频道 Caixin Online – A Colombian woman I recently met said she is keen to learn the Chinese language but confesses she's more drawn to Tibetan Buddhism than the moral teachings of that ancient sage, Confucius. In predominantly Catholic countries, China as an atheist country does not go down very well.
- Construction Bank’s Investor Deconstruction – Caixin Online – an executive at a large Chinese bank said U.S. bankers are getting out of China after finding it difficult to achieve strategic investment goals. In addition, foreign investors have been given little say in how China's state-owned banks are operate.
Caixin learned that U.S.-based Citibank recently tried to sell a portion of its 20 percent stake in the unlisted Guangdong Development Bank, but a price dispute scuttled the deal.
American banker expectations of further market liberalization and moneymaking opportunities in China proved too optimistic, some market observers said.
- Wild, Wooly Financing Threads Unravel in Erdos – Caixin Online – Investors who funneled coal earnings into property and private lending have reason to worry in this Inner Mongolia city
- 地产业冰山一角：今年薪酬锐减30% – 产经 – 21世纪网 –
- [priv] Straws in the Wind of China’s Monetary Policy – China Real Time Report – WSJ –
- Analysis: China gameplan in question as Obama pivots to Asia | Reuters – China's leaders, upstaged by President Barack Obama's "pivot" to Asia, may hope they end up resembling famed basketball player Yao Ming, who while not as nimble as his rivals, smothered them with his size and doggedness.
- Hollywood’s New Kick: Why Everybody Is Kung Fu Fighting – WSJ.com – From Russell Crowe to Steven Soderbergh, top actors and directors are leaping into the global market for martial-arts movies. Why everybody is kung fu fighting.
- Hugh White: The Obama Doctrine – WSJ.com – The U.S. plan to take on China recalls Harry Truman's containment of the Soviet Union.
- CIC May Give ‘Indirect’ Support to Europe: Wang – Bloomberg –
- Jon Huntsman: Let’s reach out to the internet generation that will take China down: Shanghaiist –
- Haut-Brion 1945 Tests China Luxury Demand at $334 Million Sale – Bloomberg –
- China’s Pacific Reach to Spur U.S. Spending on Anti-Sub Warfare – Businessweek – China’s naval expansion in the eastern Pacific is poised to accelerate U.S. investment in anti- submarine warfare equipment, according to Ultra Electronics Holdings Plc, the world’s biggest supplier of sonar detectors.
- China winery photo essay: Great Wall in Hebei Province | Grape Wall of China –