China news round-up: Yang Maodong detained, Wanda's Wang Jianlin China's richest man
The State Council hopes to suspend laws governing foreign investment in proposed free trade zones.
China has a "small" chance of encountering a debt crisis, the State Council's National Research Centre says.
Potential Zhongnanhai members tested through local government postings.
Editorial: Ongoing left-right debate is "noisy", "temporary".
New York Times
Rights advocate Yang Maodong detained in Guangdong.
Wall Street Journal - China Real Time Report
Regulators are demanding a pared-back version of this year’s widely watched Lunar New Year’s gala TV shows.
Even as the number of Chinese millionaires soared in some areas surged in 2012, a slew of provinces actually shed millionaires.
China is automizing the allocation of organ transplants in an effort to curb corruption.
China’s economy is inefficient, but it is not unstable.
Info-graphic: Chinese housing market rebounds
Chinese demand for gold bars, coins surged 157 per cent in the second quarter.
Real estate mogul Wang Jianlin is the nation’s wealthiest person, based on regulatory filings that show his non-real estate businesses are more valuable than previously calculated.
Japan is considering a scenario in which an armed Chinese forces land on the Diaoyus under the guise of protecting Chinese citizens.
Antipathy toward former colonial occupier Japan is still pervasive in China, but this no longer automatically translates into support for the Communist Party.
In snub to Washington, Kenyan president visits China, Russia first.
Radio Free Asia
Beijing's campaign to spread the "Chinese Dream" overseas may fall flat.
* denotes articles in Chinese language.