China news round-up: Diaoyu activists pledge return to islands, death for Liu Zhijun?
On Sunday, tens of thousands commemorated online the 67th anniversary of the Marco Polo Bridge Incident which started the Second Sino-Japanese War.
People's Daily Overseas Edition*
Hong Kong Diaoyu-activists pledged to return to the disputed islands in August.
Sentencing of former Railways Minister Liu Zhijun is scheduled for Monday morning.
Gen. Fan Changlong, vice-chairman of the Central Military Commission, inspects Xinjiang.
Henan migrant workers clash with police in Maoming, Guangdong province.
Fei Chang Dao
Sina Weibo censors anniversary of Internet shutdown in Xinjiang in 2009.
Returning students, "sea turtles", are faring poorly in the labour market.
China’s post-90s migrant workers: Rural identity but urban heart.
If financial de-leveraging is quick and orderly, President Xi Jinping, PM Li Keqiang will emerge stronger in time for their reappointment in 2017, writes Minxin Pei.
China's money-market cash squeeze is likely to reduce credit growth this year by 750 billion yuan, equivalent to the size of Vietnam's economy.
Ecuador says China National Petroleum Corp. joins US$12 billion refinery project.
Swiss businesses are the new, and surprising, target of Chinese government scrutiny.
Editorial: China should have a larger navy presence in the Sea of Japan.
Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif said that he would set up a 'China Cell' in his office, tasked with supervision of all bilateral development projects.
New York Times
A new anti-American axis? The Sino-Soviet split is ancient history.
Wall Street Journal - China Real Time Report
Canada loses lustre as a destination for corrupt Chinese cash.
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