Readings for 2010-08-25

  • Earth to Bill Gross: We Chickens Know You Are The Fox Minding the Henhouse « naked capitalism http://bit.ly/aixQdg #
  • any1 writing @ politicians’ “talk” of democracy in china should read this 1st. very different meaning ????????????_?? http://bit.ly/bivcF0 #
  • ?????-????????????????? http://bit.ly/b8m5o8 #
  • China’s ‘foreign friends’ must pay the Communist price – Telegraph runs comments from Chris Devonshire-Ellis ?! http://bit.ly/cvvkRb #
  • Tracking “political reform” in China-CMP dismantles Russell Leigh Moses’ incorrect assertion that Wen Jiabao “off message” http://bit.ly/dctXJP
  • Russell Leigh Moses-Did Wen Go Off-Message? – WSJ http://bit.ly/cu23LU no. #
  • Chinese Bestseller Slams Goldman Sachs for Crisis $gs http://nyti.ms/btA8jW think AP read pirated, online copy of book #
  • U.S. Weighs Expanded Strikes in Yemen – WSJ http://bit.ly/8Yg3Hh coordinated propaganda rollout by administration? or coincidence (Not)? #
  • WaPo-CIA sees increased threat from al-Qaeda in Yemen http://bit.ly/cHdEP3 WSJ also has top story on this #
  • Wary of Chinese Intentions, Mongolia Opts For More Expensive Rail Development Plan | EurasiaNet.org http://bit.ly/aGpvDO #
  • “Political orientation, party affiliation, and American attitudes towards China” PDF-Gries and Crowson June 2010 http://bit.ly/c47b70 #
  • When China Plugged In: Structural Origins of Online Chinese Nationalism – Brookings Institution http://bit.ly/blxJci #
  • China’s Water Grab – By John Lee | Foreign Policy http://bit.ly/d1WyYZ #
  • State Stats Bureau doesn’t agree w prof Wang Xiaolu’s study on grey income ?????????”5.4???????”??——?????? http://bit.ly/ci5x37 #
  • WaPo-Defense official discloses cyberattack http://bit.ly/aBsSpg #
  • The Latest Bill Gross Letter Was His Most Blatantly Self-Serving One Ever http://bit.ly/augcnw PIMPCO. what would u expect? #
  • China’s Highflying Economy Shows Signs Of Cooling : NPR http://n.pr/bXU6RC China not Japan, never willb. funny how that new herd meme $macro #
  • TIME Announces New Version Of Magazine Aimed At Adults | The Onion http://onion.com/b4Xv2I #
  • ????5.4?????????“??” http://bit.ly/drdy0o ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? #
  • China in Talks Over South African Nuclear Plant – WSJ.com http://bit.ly/9SRj22 #
  • China Traffic Jam Could Last Into September – WSJ.com http://bit.ly/cO5vXN China way UNDERinvesting in infrastructure #
  • Gross Says Mortgage Yields Would Soar Without Government Aid – Bloomberg http://bit.ly/cklZgI who r the real Socialists? #
  • China’s latest fashion: toxic swimwear | beyondbrics | FT.com http://bit.ly/acdTxL in Shanghai #
  • Beijing Craiglist-US Licensed Doctors Needed http://bit.ly/aqxwga 2 prescribe medical marijuana via webcam. this just sounds sketchy #
  • China’s Sliver of a Housing Bubble | Newgeography.com http://bit.ly/cvqykK very smart $macro @gadyepstein @vshih2 #
  • One Set of Shoulders: China’s Hidden Revolution | The New York Review of Books http://bit.ly/ab7ijq #
  • Chinese increasingly use microblogs to get news http://bit.ly/aTw7Q5 #
  • scholar says china didnt actually declare south china sea a new core interest ????????????????????? http://bit.ly/dxCupt misunderstanding #
  • Plane crash in Heilongjiang ??????????? ????????_????_??? http://bit.ly/d3ai2D #

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9 thoughts on “Readings for 2010-08-25

    • Did you see this? David Bandurski at China Media Project wrote this
      in response to the Russell Leigh Moses’ WSJ blog post

      Tracking “political reform” in China-CMP dismantles Russell Leigh
      Moses’ incorrect assertion that Wen “off message”
      http://bit.ly/dctXJP

      Moses’ assertion wrong and frankly disturbing for an “expert” on
      Chinese politics. First, he shows a serious misunderstanding of
      Chinese leaders; in this era they would never go “off message” so
      publicly; everything, and especially everything around these kinds of
      events, is very scripted. Second, he made a real rookie mistake, which
      is that he either never read or did not bother to reread previous
      statements about political reform, in which case he would have known
      the language Wen used had been used before at major party meetings.
      Third, if Wen were off message would news of his talk still be on
      major Party web sites like Qiushi and People’s Daily?

      • “…he made a real rookie mistake, which
        is that he either never read or did not bother to reread previous
        statements about political reform, in which case he would have known
        the language Wen used had been used before at major party meetings.”

        Do you know Moses? Is that what he did not do? How can you be sure?

  1. Did you see this? David Bandurski at China Media Project wrote this
    in response to the Russell Leigh Moses’ WSJ blog post

    Tracking “political reform” in China-CMP dismantles Russell Leigh
    Moses’ incorrect assertion that Wen “off message”
    http://bit.ly/dctXJP

    Moses’ assertion wrong and frankly disturbing for an “expert” on
    Chinese politics. First, he shows a serious misunderstanding of
    Chinese leaders; in this era they would never go “off message” so
    publicly; everything, and especially everything around these kinds of
    events, is very scripted. Second, he made a real rookie mistake, which
    is that he either never read or did not bother to reread previous
    statements about political reform, in which case he would have known
    the language Wen used had been used before at major party meetings.
    Third, if Wen were off message would news of his talk still be on
    major Party web sites like Qiushi and People’s Daily?

  2. “…he made a real rookie mistake, which
    is that he either never read or did not bother to reread previous
    statements about political reform, in which case he would have known
    the language Wen used had been used before at major party meetings.”

    Do you know Moses? Is that what he did not do? How can you be sure?

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