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China news round-up: Chongqing labour camp inmate denied compensation, Sichuan graft crackdown continues

PUBLISHED : Monday, 15 April, 2013, 6:44am
UPDATED : Thursday, 29 August, 2013, 4:13am


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US Secretary of State John Kerry's visit to China
Global Times
Editorial: The visit is a test to Kerry’s ‘gentle’ side.
Foreign Policy
The People’s Liberation Army is showing rare signs of friendliness toward the United States, writes John Garnaut.
Activist Hu Jia was put under house arrest during Kerry's visit.
China Digital Times
sums up further news coverage on the visit.


Civil society
The New Yorker - Letter from China
The China-referenced clip of the Daily Show goes viral.
Global Times
Former labour camp inmate in Chongqing is denied compensation on Friday, the day petitioner Tang Hui was denied compensation in a landmark trial in Hunan. (Background)
Radio Free Asia
40 activists, petitioners protested after being barred from visiting the Beijing Municipal Women's Re-education Through Labor Facility on its open day.


The income gap between urban and rural Chinese is widening, according to an academic study.
It will be difficult to reduce the National Development and Reform Commission's powers, argues Peking University scholar Lu Feng.
Beijing News*
Huaxi, China's "richest village", is loosing money.
American mink farmers are scrambling to keep up with China's demand for all things fur.
ZD Net via Tech in Asia
Sina Weibo expands to Thailand, aims at doubling the number of registered users to 1.6 million in the first year of operation.


Deng Hong, a developer specialising in exhibition centres, is the third billionaire to face an corruption inquiry this year.
Zhang Jun, chairman of state-owned Chengdu Jiangong Group (CDJG), is being investigated by Communist Party discipline officials.
The Guardian
Fears for China's shuanggui detainees after Wenzhou official dies.
Officials cover their cars number plates at Beijing's private clubs.


Hong Kong, Macau
The Economist - Analects
Macau is a doing better job than Hong Kong in maintaing government archives.
Former Premier Zhu Rongji's daughter is appointed Bank of China Hong Kong Holdings' Deputy Chief Executive.


Taipei Times
Opposition leader Su says Chinese soft power is succeeding in "absorbing Taiwan."
Associated Press
Hunchun, a city of 250,000 people at the North Korean border, held an air-raid evacuation drill.

* denotes articles in Chinese language