China news round-up: Criticism campaign continues, Xi Jinping visits Malaysia
Party organs affirm "criticism" resolution after President Xi Jinping's speech.
Dui Hua Reference Materials
Increasingly, police at all administrative levels are carrying out massive efforts to gather and analyze intelligence about their jurisdictions.
Radio Free Asia
Authorities in Beijing detained hundreds of petitioners after they tried to protest in Tiananmen Square to mark National Day on Tuesday, an eyewitness and a rights group said.
Wall Street Journal - China Real Time Report
Talk of a new inheritance tax has sparked a debate about fair taxation.
Chinese billionaire reveals plan to replace London's Crystal Palace.
Tourism officials issue 64-page guidebook amid concerns that holidaymakers' behaviour abroad is harming China's reputation.
China Digital Times
Anger as Apple pulls an anti-firewall app in China.
Could Sansha become China's Maldives?
China recycling cleanup jolts global industry.
Wall Street Journal
Infographic: In Hong Kong, Retail Rents Lose Their Shine.
Lego looks to expand in China, the land of Lego knock-offs.
Tech in Asia
Timeline: Huawei's overseas deals since April.
China Communications Construction Company and PT Jakarta Monorail sign an agreement on funding, design and construction of the Indonesian capital's long overdue monorail project.
The Malaysian Insider
The Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement pushed by the United States will not benefit Malaysia as it is meant to isolate China, said leading Malaysian economist Jomo Kwame Sundaram.
The glacial (but thawing) diplomatic relationship between Beijing and London after the Dalai Lama's visit to London does not appear to have damaged business transactions.
The US will fly surveillance drones from base in Japan.
* denotes articles in Chinese language.