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PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 05 December, 2012, 7:34am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 05 December, 2012, 7:35am

Beijing organises 'red song' concert then cancels the event leaving singers out in the cold


Headline article: Beijing Bans 'Red Song' Concert / Radio Free Asia

China abroad | China at home


China abroad

China Daily
-- Chinese firms' push into global market The government is expecting "record" levels of outbound direct investment by Chinese companies this year, and has vowed to ease and improve the systems involved to ensure that momentum continues.

-- "Huawei only makes commercial communications equipment." said Scott Sykes,  Vice President of Corporate Media Relations at Huawei. 

Wall Street Journal
-- China Clarifies Boarding Rules in South China Sea The new regulations don't apply to all of the territory that Beijing claims, a Chinese official and expert on the region said Tuesday following expressions of concern about the rules from several countries in the region, already on edge from other scuffles with China.


China at home

Atlantic Sentinel
-- Chinese Military Might Look Inward With New Drone It should also be pointed out that UAVs could play a role in the development of China’s internal security apparatus and that domestic use might actually have a greater, if more indirect, impact on the international security considerations of both China and neighboring powers.

China Daily
-- China Merchants to broaden investment scope The new entity, China Merchants Capital, will be managed by a 100-strong team of star fund managers and financial experts, including former JP Morgan executive Zhang Tianwei, the fund's chief operating officer.

Fast Company
-- Study: Hong Kong, Taiwan Are World's Malware Capitals Security firm Sophos' 2013 Security Threat Report claims 23.54% of Hong Kong computers and 21.26% of Taiwanese computers experienced malware attacks during a three-month period in 2012.

Global Voices Online
-- Chinese Writer Foresees the Future of China in Social Media Today in the microblogging era, we have become a lot more open within a few years, surpassing the 80s. People not only talk about the concepts of democracy and freedom, but also work pragmatically, they fight for their own rights.

National Geographic
-- Man on Fire At the time he decided to set fire to himself, Jamphel Yeshi was living in the Tibetan refugee colony of Majnu ka Tilla, on the northern outskirts of Delhi. The colony was first settled in 1963, four years after the Dalai Lama escaped to India from advancing Chinese forces.

New Inquiry
-- Party TV Still, two-thirds of all television hours in China are spent watching CCTV, even though there are over 3,000 other stations to chose from.

New York Times
-- Recruiting Young Talent in China to Find the Next Big Idea Like a high-powered talent scout, Mr. Bell, the co-founder of Trilogy VC, tours China’s top universities, seeking fledgling entrepreneurs.

Radio Free Asia
-- Beijing Bans 'Red Song' Concert Authorities in the Chinese capital have canceled a concert of Mao era revolutionary songs, likely due to their tainted association with fallen political star Bo Xilai, netizens and political commentators said on Tuesday.

Tea Leaf Nation
-- The Best of China’s Internet From 2012 Cruelest question: “Are you Happy?” Against the backdrop of resignation and wry disillusionment among ordinary Chinese, China Central Television and other official media outlets began to ask a bunch of “nobodies” on the street the question: “Are you happy?"


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