Troubling anniversary fixes focus  on Xinjiang and Tibet.
A "cultural crisis" has led to conflicts in Xinjiang and Tibet, says Tsinghua philosopher Wang Hui .
The heads of the Chengdu Military Region, which includes Tibet, and the National Defence University have been replaced .
Ambitious executives at China's state-owned enterprises want to become officials  and aging officials hope to retire to a well-paid position with an SOE.
China’s workers, newly conscious of its rights, have developed a reputation for taking a firm hand  with managers whom they fear might abscond their owed wages.
Tea Leaf Nation
Genetically modified soy has become a new flashpoint  for Chinese consumers.
Ethnic Koreans in China swap burdensome North for profitable South .
Hong Kong journalists fear erosion of press freedom .
Premier Li Keqiang said  fiscal funds should be used to redevelop shantytowns and improve basic infrastructure.
Service-sector companies are seeing lacklustre business, according to two separate surveys  released July 3.
Wall Street Journal
Apple could soon tap  the world's biggest pool of potential iPhone buyers: China Mobile's customers.
93 per cent of US fireworks are made in China .
"We don’t object to Chinese espionage, they should not object to ours," says Kenneth Lieberthal  ahead of the upcoming US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue next week.
The Nation - Pakistan
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's five-day visit on Wednesday is set to tackle security of Chinese in Pakistan, writes columnist S.M.Hali. , (India's defence minister leaves for China today  in first such visit since 2006)
Editorial:  The final outcome of the overthrow of Egpytian President Mursi is America's call.
Japan protests  China's new natural gas facility in disputed waters.
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