Edward Snowden in Hong Kong
Who’d you rather be watched by: China or the US? 
In Hong Kong, pressure grows for government  to protect Snowden.
New York Times
Cyberspying accusations against China come back to bite Obama .
Snowden’s whereabouts are unknown, says White House Chief .
China army newspaper slams US's PRISM program .
China's Foreign Ministry sets up cyber security office .
Chongqing Morning News*
"I believe Hong Kong police are looking for Edward Snowden", says Regina Ip .
The incident has revealed "a human rights crisis in the Internet age", writes Lee Kai-fu .
Editorial : Extraditing Snowden an unwise decision.
China Digital Times
sums up media coverage  on whether China will protect Snowden.
New York Times
China’s great uprooting : Moving 250 million into cities.
Fei Chang Dao
Liu Xiaobo's brother-in-law jailed : A look at Baidu, Sina Weibo and Yahoo.cn censorship.
sheds light on shuanggui corruption investigations .
China has a "crisis of trust", writes the party journal. 
Mixed reactions over assault  on Chinese students in France.
Wall Street Journal
In China, philanthropy gains cachet .
Seven of the 10  most polluted cities in China are in Hebei.
Reining in China’s testosterone .
China to launch pilot carbon market .
After enduring a decade of criticism for its weakness, China’s yuan now looks uncomfortably strong .
President Xi Jinping's eight austerity measures have a short-term negative impact on the economy .
on China's first international auction .
China revives Uganda's biggest power dam  with US$500 million credit.
Wine sellers in China say a probe  on EU wine dumping may not help the interests of domestic wine producers.
Messaging platform WeChat under the security scanner in India .
China may increase its investments  in textiles and garments in Vietnam to gain TPP benefits in US market.
Taiwan abolishes "discriminatory" via policies against mainland spouses .
Advocates of Taiwan independence are welcome to visit the mainland, says Politburo Central Committee member Yu Zhengsheng .
China unveils six  new cross-strait measures.
Japan may have exported  arms-related products through Taiwan.
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