China news round-up: Quake survivors protest, Huawei 'not interested in US anymore'
Infographic: Yaan and Wenchuan earthquakes compared.
Radio Free Asia
Quake survivors protest over lack of aid.
Beijing Morning News*
Chinese Red Cross will publish details of collected donations every day.
Red Cross says it will re-investigate the Guo Meimei scandal in an effort to restore credibility.
Leading seismologist accurately predicted the location of the earthquake.
As Politburo holds a seminar over corruption, Caixin looks back at previous seminars.
Radio Free Asia*
Six Christians have been sentenced for cult membership in Henan.
Guangzhou residents have a one in three chance of getting cancer in their lifetime, says a health official.
Wall Street Journal
A second Chinese official in two weeks dies during an anti-corruption investigation.
The US will continue to press China over refugee repatriations to North Korea.
96 per cent of global cyber-espionage emanates from China, according to a report.
China will build another aircraft carrier, bigger than the Liaoning, says Navy Deputy Chief of Staff.
China needs to trade in its conservative foreign policy for one that emphasises universal values, writes Deng Yuwen.
Wall Street Journal - China Real Time Report
Affordable fashion surpasses luxury as brands are targeting China’s middle class.
Every four days a new international-brand hotel is built in China.
Wanda Chairman Wang Jianlin aims for 20 per cent of the global movie market.
Huawei "is not interested in the US any more."
Beijing is investing millions in the Araniko highway from Tibet to Kathmandu.
Illegal small-scale mines are an opportunity for poor Chinese immigrants in Ghana, but spark tensions.
President Ma Ying-jeou defends cross-strait offices proposal.
Shopping website Taobao has been evading taxes and inspections in Taiwan, despite hefty profits, says an opposition lawmaker.
* denotes articles in Chinese.