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China frees Tibetan activist and jails Guangdong cult member

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 03 April, 2013, 5:52am
UPDATED : Thursday, 29 August, 2013, 4:13am

Economy
Bloomberg
China is set to surpass the US as the world’s top crude importer next year.
Financial Times
Unsurprisngly, the real money in Chinese sport is in advertising.
Beijing News*
looks at China's five big banks' slowing profits and a rise in non-performing loans.
CAPA via The Nanfang
China Southern says it will end first class service following Xi Jinping’s austerity measures.

Civil Society
Dissent Magazine
Women’s rights are at risk in China, writes Leta Hong Fincher.
Radio Free Asia
A Tibetan political activist is freed after 17 years in jail.
China News Service*
An 'Almight god' cult member is sentenced to seven years in jail in Guangdong.
The Atlantic
In "Back to 1942," a Chinese movie director takes aim at the contemporary Communist Party.
Caixin
looks at a day in the life of a Beijing 'black guard.'

Taiwan
Reuters
Taiwan is set to allow Chinese banks to buy bigger stakes in local banks.
Asia Sentinel
on the role a youth movement played in thwarting Want Want's attempt to take over Jimmy Lai's Taiwan media operations.

IT
Sina Tech* via TechInAsia
April Fools? Baidu is reportedly working on Google Glass-like ‘Baidu Eye.’
Beijing News*
Tencent promises not to charge ordinary WeChat users.

Debate on Chinese aid to Africa
Business Daily Africa
China’s ‘unconditional foreign aid’ for African countries is a myth, says study.
Business Day Live Zambia
There is "no such thing as a free lunch."
The Guardian
'Is China a 'rogue' donor or a beacon of south-south co-operation?
 

* denotes articles in Chinese language