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China news round-up: Third Plenum scheduled, US should resist Syria 'impulse'

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 28 August, 2013, 7:50am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 28 August, 2013, 8:00am

Beijing News*
A look back a measures taken in previous Communist Party Central Committee third plenary sessions.
China Economic Review
Real reform or empty hopes at the Third Plenum in November?
Wall Street Journal
Five-part series on the rising risks in China's financial system.
The Central Committee's Political Bureau vowed to push forward institutional reform, delegate power to the lower levels.

Wall Street Journal - China Real Time Report
Homeschooling becomes more popular in China.
New York Times
"Xiansheng" is the most common way to address a man, but it is also used to address women held in high esteem.
Global Post
Tibetans challenge Chinese mining exploitation.
China Dialogue
Factory owners and managers cite cost efficiency and public health as greater priorities than climate change or conservation.

Financial Times
Profile of Peter Humphrey: Investigator was doing "difficult job in a difficult environment".
The Guardian
China's power sector emissions are expected to peak in 2027.
Effort to diversify fundraising for developing rail system is expected to launch in 2014.
Daimler to invest two billion euros to raise China output.

Foreign affairs
The Atlantic
Charts: World War II was a long time ago, but bad feelings between China and Japan are ever-refreshed.
Asahi Shimbun
China sees no basis for Japan talks as islands dispute simmers.
Global Post
Serbia could become European foothold for Chinese enterprises, says visiting President Tomislav Nikolic.
People's Daily*
Commentary: Iraq should not be a model for US intervention in Syria.

* denotes articles in Chinese language.