China news round-up: Xi Jinping set to visit the US, Lanzhou unifies hukou
Xi Jinping's trip to the US
Wall Street Journal
Obama, Xi to meet in California in June.
Xi Jingping's announced trip to the US in June comes earlier than expected.
People's Daily Online*
Internet security will be a new cornerstone of US-China cooperation.
New York Times
New York University scientists accepted bribes from China, a US prosecutor says.
Premier Li Keqiang continues first overseas trip in Pakistan
Li's Paksitan trip will "deepen all-weather partnership".
Editorial: the "Pak-China-India triangle".
reports on Li's schedule in Pakistan.
on security arrangements during Li's visit.
Li vows to open Chinese market for Indian firms.
German art trader allowed to leave China ahead of Li's visit to Germany.
Party paper wades into the debate about "constitutionalism".
Radio Free Asia
China's disabled slam government as biggest discriminator.
Lanzhou Morning News*
The capital of Gansu province unifies its hukou system, following Guangzhou's example.
Anhui Market Star*
Hefei party secretary suggests to set up county ranking system for petitioners.
BBC News Chinese*
13 people have been arrested for spreading rumours on Yuan Liya's death in Beijing.
Video: the state of Lhasa.
China says its legal ivory trade should not be blamed for poaching.
Chinese nurses flourish in Japan as Indonesians, Filipinos struggle.
China reveals first carbon trading scheme.
Copper imports drop to 22-month low as export slump.
By 2015, Hunan plans to build seven new airports, joining the existing five that are losing money each year.
Tech in Asia
WeChat now has 50 million users outside of China.
Christian Science Monitor
Greek PM invites China to "join Greece's success story".
People's Daily Overseas Edition*
Chinese foreign policy needs "new ideas and wisdom".
Philippines protests to China over "illegal" sea presence.
Beijing is keen to increase its involvement in Afghanistan following the planned U.S. withdrawal in 2014.
* denotes articles in Chinese language