China news round-up: Snowden's whereabouts still unknown, China revives Uganda power dam
Edward Snowden in Hong Kong
Who’d you rather be watched by: China or the US?
In Hong Kong, pressure grows for government to protect Snowden.
New York Times
Cyberspying accusations against China come back to bite Obama.
Snowden’s whereabouts are unknown, says White House Chief.
China army newspaper slams US's PRISM program.
China's Foreign Ministry sets up cyber security office.
Chongqing Morning News*
"I believe Hong Kong police are looking for Edward Snowden", says Regina Ip.
The incident has revealed "a human rights crisis in the Internet age", writes Lee Kai-fu.
Editorial: Extraditing Snowden an unwise decision.
China Digital Times
sums up media coverage on whether China will protect Snowden.
New York Times
China’s great uprooting: Moving 250 million into cities.
Fei Chang Dao
Liu Xiaobo's brother-in-law jailed: A look at Baidu, Sina Weibo and Yahoo.cn censorship.
sheds light on shuanggui corruption investigations.
China has a "crisis of trust", writes the party journal.
Mixed reactions over assault on Chinese students in France.
Wall Street Journal
In China, philanthropy gains cachet.
Seven of the 10 most polluted cities in China are in Hebei.
Reining in China’s testosterone.
China to launch pilot carbon market.
After enduring a decade of criticism for its weakness, China’s yuan now looks uncomfortably strong.
President Xi Jinping's eight austerity measures have a short-term negative impact on the economy.
on China's first international auction.
China revives Uganda's biggest power dam with US$500 million credit.
Wine sellers in China say a probe on EU wine dumping may not help the interests of domestic wine producers.
Messaging platform WeChat under the security scanner in India.
China may increase its investments in textiles and garments in Vietnam to gain TPP benefits in US market.
Taiwan abolishes "discriminatory" via policies against mainland spouses.
Advocates of Taiwan independence are welcome to visit the mainland, says Politburo Central Committee member Yu Zhengsheng.
China unveils six new cross-strait measures.
Japan may have exported arms-related products through Taiwan.
* denotes articles in Chinese language.