We suggest checking out the following links:
The Boston Globe: A nation of outlaws – “When Charles Dickens, left, arrived in Boston in 1842, he was startled to see what Americans would do for profit and infuriated to find bookstores filled with unauthorized copies of his work”
China Dialogue: How government waste threatens conservation – “China wants to cut inefficiency and create a ‘conserving society’. But its efforts may be undermined by profligate local governments, argues Tang Hao.”
Shanghai’s booming subway – Los Angeles Times – “Shanghai has opened five subway lines and 95 stations serving 2 million people a day, and as many as six more lines are scheduled to open in the next couple of years,” and could surpass those in New York, Moscow and Tokyo within 10 years.