China Readings for 2011-03-25

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

  • Crony Capitalism Strikes Again | The Daily Capitalist sounds like last week's yen intervention another wall st bailout #
  • Joshua Rosenzweig: China Abandons the Law – grim, & worrisome implacatioms for foreigm policy 2 #
  • FT – China’s choice of leaders restricts reform "dragon throne" "dead emperors" "rubber stamp" ft better than this #
  • San Gabriel shuts down makeshift maternity ward catering to 'birthing tourism' from China | Los Angeles Times #
  • FT-Chinese meat hit by additive allegations goldman so far done good job keeping relative lid on its stake in story #
  • Clenbuterol – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia #
  • shuanghui clenbuterol pork scandal spreading. 60% of domestic pork may b "poisoned ???????"-??“???”???? ????????_21??? #
  • Asia Unbound » CFR Blog » China and a Two-Internet World #
  • Montecito Acquires Film Rights to 'Big In China' (Exclusive) – The Hollywood Reporter nice #
  • Avic Engine Unit Seeks Western Workers | AVIATION WEEK #
  • Miranda is Obama's latest victim – Glenn Greenwald – amazing. US rule of law disappearing #
  • sounds like xi jinping and bo xilai r on same page "???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? #
  • xi jinping visits hunan, visits mao's home in shaoshan, places flowers at mao statue ???????? ????????????_??_??? #
  • ?????????????_????_??? chinese original of MIIT engineer investgation #
  • Chief Engineer of MIIT Under Probe_Caixin insider said the case may be linked to the China Mobile corruption scandal #
  • The coming collapse of China’s soft power | Chinaroader agree? #
  • "plan floated 2 break up China Mobile & divide its assets between China Unicom, China Telecom & the nation's broadcasters" $chu $chl #
  • Another Try for Telecom-Broadcast Reform_English_Caixin #
  • Are Fannie and Freddie Giving Banks Yet Another Bailout by Not Pursuing PMI Claims? « naked capitalism #
  • The Rise of China's Cybercrats | DigiCha #

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