Premier Li Keqiang and Sri Lanka President Mahinda Rajapaksa arrive at Beijing International Fair for Trade in Services in Beijing, May 29, 2013. Photo: Reuters
Morning Clicks
by Patrick Boehler
Morning Clicks
by Patrick Boehler

China news round-up: Tibetan self-immolates, Sri Lanka to adopt Beidou satellite navigation

The Economist - Analects
Drawing the battle lines in China's ideological debate.
More than half of Chinese officials feel they are unfairly stigmatised.
The Atlantic
Communist Party membership is still the ultimate resumé booster.
Beijing Morning Post*
Supreme People's Court issues model cases for crimes committed against children.
Civil society
Radio Free Asia
New Tibetan self-immolation after a one-month hiatus.
Beijing News*
Info-graphic: University graduates first salary expectations have dropped by 2,000 yuan over the last two years.
Beijing Morning Post*
Tobacco companies should be barred from giving charity donations, says the China Tobacco Control Association
Immigrant communities in Xinjiang are fueling racial tensions.
New York Times
IMF predicts slower growth for China, urges overhauls.
Bond default "could occur this year", says a domestic ratings agency.
Bloomberg News
China’s biggest pork producer Shuanghui acquires Smithfield Foods.
In China, big data is becoming big business.
Foreign affairs
People's Daily Overseas Edition*
China will never accept Japan's " reckless, roque" legal explanations on sovereignty.
Police arrest 1,100 in Mekong anti-drug campaign.
Beijing Times*
China and the US will not seek confrontation, says Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Sewage pipe baby in Zhejiang
Mother tried to rescue the child.
The Guardian
We're all upset about Baby 59. So what else do we agree on?
Parents of China’s toilet-pipe baby feel the wrath of the country’s netizens.
Sri Lanka state vist to China
China, Sri Lanka agree loans, defence; seek to allay Indian worries.
Lanka Business Online
Sri Lanka and China to negotiate free trade deal, expressway funding.
Daily Mirror
China to provide Sri Lanka's first communication satellite.
Daily News
Chinese Premier pledges to rectify trade imbalance to benefit Lanka.
China News Service*
Sri Lanka plans to adopt the Beidou navigation system.
Economic Observer
Editorial: China needs to nurture a new generation of entrepreneurs.
Time Weekly*
Info-graphic: Rice contamination in China.
Financial Times
Philippines is right to challenge China, writes David Pilling.
on graphic novelist Xie Peng's Darkness outside the night.

* denotes articles in Chinese language.