China news round-up: Apple's new iPhone not cheap in China, Armenia buys rocket launchers
President Xi Jinping has projected himself as a man of the people in a Mao Zedong-inspired propaganda push to connect with an alienated public.
Chinese economic rebound is built on stimulus money.
Economic "growth appears still to be financed by dubious means".
Commentary: Xi's "mass line campaign" has to fight rampant hedonism, individualism.
Censorship works because the rules are murky enough, and the punishments severe enough, to create a culture of paranoia.
China's baijiu, drink of generals, pushed to the bargain bin.
The average age of China's 236 million migrant workers is 28.
Reuters Photographers Blogs
Documenting the wealth gap in China.
Tech in Asia
Apple’s “cheap” iPhone 5C will cost US$735 in China.
Commentary: State-owned companies were originally owned by the people, and recent graft scandals show the need for a return to that ideal.
BMW increased sales in China at a much faster pace than Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen’s Audi last month.
Hydropower has run rampant in Yunnan, but up to half its capacity could be idle by 2015 in a dispute over who gets the surplus power.
China warns Japan against sending government staff to the Diaoyu islands.
China has carried out 59 patrols in disputed waters near the Diaoyu Islands over the last year.
People's Daily overseas edition*
Chinese investments in the US have increased 278 per cent in the first seven months of 2013.
Armenia has acquired Chinese multiple-launch rocket systems with a firing range of up to 130 kilometers.
* denotes articles in Chinese language.