President Xi Jinping poses for group photo with children, May 29, 2013. Photo: Xinhua
Morning Clicks
by Patrick Boehler
Morning Clicks
by Patrick Boehler

China news round-up: June 4 'counterrevolutionary' freed, Ye Haiyan beaten

People's Daily*
China needs self-confidence, not Western values.
Supreme People's Procuratorate launches campaign to monitor 100 major projects vulnerable to corruption.
Yu Zhengsheng has been appointed to lead the Xinjiang working group.
Civil society
Duihua Foundation
China releases last June 4 "counterrevolutionary" imprisoned in Beijing Jiang Yaqun.
Radio Free Asia
Chinese teen dies following row with soldiers.
China News Service*
Guangzhou bans the sale of cigarettes on World No Tobacco Day tomorrow.
Financial Times
EU groups complain of losing 17.5 billion euros in revenues in China annually.
New York Times
Shanghui-Smithfield deal: Running the national security gantlet in a pork deal.
Toyota to make batteries in China as country warms to hybrid cars.
Foreign affairs
on what to expect at the US-China summit next week: " The staffs are going to like it."
China to study possibility of joining U.S.-led trade talks.

The Thomas Shoal will be the next flashpoint in the South China Sea
Bloomberg News
US Secretary of Defence Hagel will meet Vietnam's Prime Minister in Singapore this weekend.
Thanh Nien News
Beijing cannot afford to turn back from "hyper-nationalism".
Beijing News*
"The Philippines should not protect other countries' territory", says Ministry of Defense spokesman.
School child molestation cases
BBC News*
Ye Haiyan was assaulted by a group of thugs after launching online campaign.
Beijing News*
President Xi Jinping calls on such cases to be handled according to the law.
Beijing Times*
Zhou Qiang, head of the Supreme People's Court, says children should alert police.

* denotes articles in Chinese language.