The Editors suggest checking out the following links:
FT: Singapore’s wealth fund flattered by imitation – “But the secretive government agency is suddenly receiving considerable attention as other countries, including China, South Korea and Japan, seek to copy its operations in an effort to improve returns on their vast foreign exchange reserves.”
Iam Bremner for Slate: A political scientist in China – “To spin an analogy, if you’re Bill Gates, you shouldn’t celebrate your success by throwing the world’s biggest party and telling the invitees how well you’re doing. You make nice and wear a sweater to show everyone you’re really just a regular guy”
Straits Times: Communist Party meeting tackles leadership changes – “CHINA’S Communist Party met behind closed doors yesterday for a final gathering that will hammer out a new leadership line-up ahead of the critical five-yearly Congress beginning on Monday.” – also decides the fate of Chen Liangyu
Blackle – Energy Saving Search – use black pixels instead of white to save energy – hence, blackle instead of the very white google.
WSJ: China Begins to Fulfill Its Potential for Big Profits – “Today, China represents not only a fast-growing source of revenue for many multinational companies, but also a rising source of profit.”