China news round-up: Party warns of Western values, activist lawyers disappear
New York Times
China warns against ‘dangerous’ Western values.
People's Daily Online*
Ex-Chongqing deputy police chief Tang Jianhua has been expelled from the Communist Party.
collected Xi Jinping's comments on the Chinese Dream.
China plans "revolution" to head off a fiscal crisis.
Radio Free Asia
At least 5 activist lawyers disappear after trying to visit a Sichuan black jail.
China Digital Times
translates a blogpost by lecturer Xu Zhiyong on how he was barred from leaving for Hong Kong.
Migrant workers are forming “temporary couples” in cities.
Mo Yan starts work as a university lecturer at Beijing Normal University.
Fears remain that China's economic growth is faltering.
Home sales fall 13 per cent in April as property curbs take toll.
Huawei is "the company that has the world worried".
ICBC, the world's largest lender by market value, gets a new president.
How the U.S. "pivot to Asia" looks from Beijing.
China's decision to ease a boycott of Airbus jet orders followed the planemaker's lobbying in Brussels on behalf of Beijing.
China and continental Southeast Asian nations sign an agreement on fighting drug production, trafficking.
The Chinese people are not atheists, they "believe in culture".
Southern Metropolis Daily*
Reflecting on Qing dynasty, a historian says that reforms can fail if they happen too fast.
Ma Licheng, a former senior editor at the People’s Daily, talks about China's biggest threats.
Taiwan - Philippines stand-off
Taiwanese hackers leak Philippine government website info.
President Ma Ying-jeou reiterates Philippine Tuesday apology ultimatum.
China News Service*
Philippines spokeswoman draws ire after smiling when commenting on the issue.
* denotes articles in Chinese language.