China news round-up: Xi Jinping pushes 'ideological work', Indian plane 'dares' PLA
President Xi Jinping calls on Communist Party cadres to deepen "ideological work".
Editorial: Governing officials key to ruling country.
China monitors online chatter as users threaten state hold on the internet.
Shibor’s rise suggests China’s central bank may soon be facing another cash crunch.
New York Times
Bo Guagua's statement on his father's imminent trial.
The world’s largest miner and consumer of coal, has consistently downplayed the fires in its coalfields, considered the most severe on earth.
Radio Free Asia
Chen Guangcheng's brother, Guangfu, has been forced to return home from Shanghai.
China's singles turn to "dating camps".
China's oil demand to take off, according to bullish Wood Mackenzie forecast.
Premier Li Keqiang's push for renewable energy "could mean big business for Germany".
A fraud investigation into Shanghai's largest insurance dealer has roiled the industry, prompting the regulator to meet and order closer scrutiny of such firms.
Soho, the biggest developer in Beijing’s central business district, said underlying profit in the first half more than doubled with increased earnings from property sales.
India dares China, lands Super Hercules plane in Ladakh.
Christian Science Monitor
Cyber-disconnect at Defence Minister Chang Wanquan's press conference in Washington.
Editorial: There is "urgency" to attract Chinese investment in the country as PM Portia Simpson Miller visits China.
China Africa Project
Podcast: Uganda is leverages future earnings from recent oil discoveries for Chinese debt.
*denotes articles in Chinese language.