China news round-up: Activist Yang Lin detained, India and China negotiate border pact
Tibet opens up as domestic tax haven.
Beijing’s neighbouring provinces hesitate at pollution cuts.
China has arrested Guangdong activist Yang Lin on a charge of subversion.
Nearly 5.8 billion yuan has been embezzled from projects to build government-subsidized housing, the national auditor has found.
Radio Free Asia
Popular Tibetan performer detained for a political song.
A new type of "moral" activist emerges.
Police bust human-trafficking ring that brought Chinese to Europe and US.
Wall Street Journal - China Real Time Report
Chinese read 6.7 books per year on average, less than half of the US average 15.
The risk of a wider bird flu outbreak in Guangdong is "extremely low", says provincial overseer Zhong Shannan.
Nearly 60 percent of Chinese companies die after living for less than 5 years.
China factories turn to undocumented labour as local wages rise.
After nine years in China, Tesco is to fold its unprofitable operation into a state-run company as a minority partner.
China courts Pacific island states to extend its reach.
A Eurasian entente between Russia and China is not historically determined—but more bricks are set to be laid on this foundation in the coming months.
India and China are working to conclude a new border defence agreement.
Australia has put forward a new proposal to conclude a free-trade agreement with China.
* denotes articles in Chinese language.